Harpejji

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  1. All_¥our_Bass

    All_¥our_Bass Deathly Chuuni

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    An interesting tap guitar offshoot, but played more like a keyboard in the shape of a grid.

    Nice tone, big range.

     
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    jeleopard SS.org Regular

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    Holy shit. That's awesome.
     
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    All_¥our_Bass Deathly Chuuni

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    Alexis SS.org Regular

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    restringing this thing will financially ruin you xD
     
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    All_¥our_Bass Deathly Chuuni

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    :bump:
    Not trying to post/view-whore but I think more folks here should see this.
     
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    Malkav Washing your dishes.

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    You totally missed out on the best video of this thing :p

     
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    All_¥our_Bass Deathly Chuuni

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    ^Nice. Still partial to Rudess though. :D
     
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    Danukenator Kane's Bane

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    I like how it has domed fret ends. :lol:
     
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    ixlramp SS.org Regular

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    This was derived from the Starrboard which was patented in 1985 by John Starrett. He experimented with many microtonal open tunings.

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