Is yours going to be an altoguitar like that? In other words, much shorter than a standard guitar scale.HNLim wrote:This is a good inspiration for my 14-string guitar.http://guitarrascustom.blogspot.sg/2007 ... itarr.html
No! Mine is going to be a standard guitar with the extra 7th string tune to C and with an octave of harp strings.soltirefa wrote:Is yours going to be an altoguitar like that? In other words, much shorter than a standard guitar scale.HNLim wrote:This is a good inspiration for my 14-string guitar.http://guitarrascustom.blogspot.sg/2007 ... itarr.html
Rubner individual.Ricardo Barros wrote:Looking good !
What tuners are you using ?
Hi,soltirefa wrote: It's perfect because you can lower E to D when you need to. Don't get me wrong. My comment was made tongue-in-cheek. I play both 10 and 11 string guitar. After doing so I am left with the impression that there's a reason that the 6-string is the predominant instrument. It's really the perfect number of strings. I look at adding more strings like adding more salt to a recipe. A little salt making a dish taste good does not mean more will make it even better. When you add more strings, at the same time you give up something. So I like mulit-string guitars, but I really appreciate how perfect the 6-string is now.
Very good point! Without a repertoire a guitar is useless, or, at least, becomes a burden. For some though, it can become an inspiration, too.Jabberwocky wrote: What kind of music do you hope to play with a 14-string tuned the way you suggest? A guitar has to suit its repertoire.
Amazing!!! You are working fast!HNLim wrote:14-2.png
Just waiting for the strings to arrive and then it will be ready. Just have no clue how it is going to sound?
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