syndromet Posted May 3, 2005 Report Share Posted May 3, 2005 I'm now planning my first real project, and I have figured I want to build a two handed tapping guitar. The guitar will be somewhat simular to the Michael Bianco two handed guitar(Michael Bianco guitar), witch means it will have 14 strings and two necks. I am still unsure weather i will build the two necks as two seperate or one broad neck. It will be a 26 fret neck, sort of a barriton, so that i can dampen the strings at the second fret and still have the whole tonal range of a normal guitar. I am planning it to be a neckthrough, slightly broader than two seven string necks, so that there will be a gap betwin the two sets of strings. I am thinking of a Maple-cherry-maple-cherry-maple laminate with two trus rods and carbon rods for adding strenght. Since this is my first project I was wondering if anyone has any ideas, do's or dont's, so I wont f*** up the entire project. Since I live in Norway, and wood is quite expensive here, I can't afford to go wrong... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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