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macandkanga  
2 Aug 2011 14:55 | Quote
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JazzMaverick  
2 Aug 2011 15:23 | Quote
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It's called a Harp Guitar also known as Harp-Sympitars :) Andy McKee also uses this - I love them soooo much!

Thanks for sharing - this is amazing :D
JazzMaverick  
2 Aug 2011 15:43 | Quote
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Pat Metheny playing a 42 String Pikasso guitar made by Linda Manzer.

V3N0M3333  
2 Aug 2011 15:44 | Quote
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i saw this a long time ago before my days with guitar...this is awesome man

does anyone think that steve vai may have gotten his 3 neck guitar idea from this??
macandkanga  
2 Aug 2011 16:35 | Quote
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I don't know Venom. But these things sound beautiful! They have to be made by the best of luthiers. Could you imagine if it kept going out of tune?

I saw a guy with an eight stringed bass once in a small club. Each string had its own pickup. He had multiple speakers around the back of the room. It sounded like a waterfall of sound. I wish I could remember his name! I'll be back....I'm going googling!
Guitarslinger124  
3 Aug 2011 02:28 | Quote
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Thanks for sharing macandkanga! I really enjoyed the tune.

Rock on!
MoshZilla1016  
3 Aug 2011 08:50 | Quote
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Very cool. Thanks macandkanga. The guy's last name is "Medley", what's in a name??
DanielM  
3 Aug 2011 12:13 | Quote
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Wow really impressive thanks for sharing

Also @jazz with all those strings pass over each other could you cas multiple strings to ring when you play a single string (those multiple strings being ones passing over or under it). Cause I can't help but think one neck in an open tuning then play a note on the other neck and get that chord to softly ring...and maybe if you hit it just right you could get a pinch harmonic like thing.

Or adjust the action so it does that...

That's really got me thinking, very interesting both of those guitars and songs


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