#1
.... about half way through...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gd4uVwxsSHk
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#2
sounds cool... i say no! can easily be re-tuned afterwards if he messes up. his fault.

i think it's just genius!
#4
It's perfectly fine for the tuning machines.

But just wow. The amount of skill/practice it takes to do that is quite something. You need a golden ear for that one.
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#5
Must have snapped a few strings in his time...
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#6
I looks more harmful to your fingernails than tuning machines.
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#7
Nope, his tuners are probably alright.

But I'm curious; putting the impressive playing aside, am I the only one who thinks an Ovation with 9 gauge strings sounds inexcusably bad?
#8
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Nope, his tuners are probably alright.

But I'm curious; putting the impressive playing aside, am I the only one who thinks an Ovation with 9 gauge strings sounds inexcusably bad?


I'm with you on this one. I'd rather have an all carbon fibre guitar instead.
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