#3
what????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????


wtf is that?
how can people play that
#4
thats freaking paper, man.


srsly, wtf is this doing here?
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#5
It says that its just a cardboard mockup, but the real product will be made out of titanium or aluminum.

It looks interesting, but it seems that playability would be fairly poor.
#6
yeah, tbh ormsby took the fanned frets idea, and totaly owned it.
this, just seems like a weird WTF sorta thing.
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#7
Perry is not the only one to do fanned frets, and certainly not the first. Fanned Fret is actually really common among guitar builders.
#8
well, i know ive seen loads before, but i think he has done it in the best way posible.


and onto the other side of this, "multi-plane" neck, well seems stuipid, the tension would be wack, and comfort and playability would be horrible. it rather have a simple two neck guitar.

and what is even the point of having two diff fretboards on the same neck?, i doubt you can use both at the same time..
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#11
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Now these on the other-hand seemed to be going in the right direction concerning comfort:

http://littleguitarworks.com/torzal-natural-twist/

now that i woupd like to try, looks totaly wack, though....

hmm maybe when i can get enough money together ill get ormsby to make me a 8string (E.R.G.) multiscale with one of thoes torzal necks....

i bet the avarage player would shit bricks if they saw one...


man ive learnt alot since joining this site, so many new ideas! :O
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