I think that is the wrong guitar for a lot of people.
LOL - oh my - I'd love to see a photo of this guitar actually being played!
...and the hair of the man who owns that is every bit as big as the body of the guitar...
Lol, oh boy I wonder if it's supposed to be played by 1 or 4 people!
Um --- What is THAT thing?
@ Mike Golch, I like different, but I think that the wrong guitar for anyone. lol@ MammaDawg, ROFL! NOT me, I've seen enough. That's thing scares me! lolLOL!!! @ Susan Helene Gottfried. I am sure!@ MakingMoney, LOL 1 or 4 other people other than me. I want no part of it. ;)@ Mom, Just what I said plus some when I saw it the first time! LOL!Hi guys and thanks for stopping in! Pleasure for sure to have you! :)
I think, if it were my guitar, I'd put the guitar neck 2nd. Just a minor change. LOL I had a friend who had a 3 neck guitar. I saw him play it once out of knowing him for over 25 years. The thing was so heavy that I couldn't lift it up, and I bet he had a tough time handling the weight of it around his neck. But, it is pretty cool to have a bass, mandolin, banjo and guitar all in one place!
It's not just a guitar...It's got 2 bass necks, one 6-string neck, and a mandolin neck. Wow. That would be wild.I'd love to get my hands on that thing...shred-o-rama! With a bit of funk and bluegrass mixed in for good measure (and to get use from the other necks). I like Steve Vai's triple necks myself. And he's got a newer double neck that is half electric, half acoustic. Yes, it's wild, but it's a beautiful instrument.
Oh wait, I was wrong.One of those 'bass' necks is a banjo.What is this? Something designed by Les Claypool? heh
LOL, that's pretty awesome!
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