#1
I was walking through central London today and saw a 4 neck electric guitar
What would be the point in this?
Has anyone else seen one before?
#6
I would like to point out about that link Zeletros posted:
There is only one playable neck on the whole guitar. I'm somewhat familiar with that particular instrument, and the commission was "Put as many strings as possible on a guitar." The strings allow for crazy amounts of sympathetic vibration.

Edit: I only counted 42 strings.
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Last edited by Talicom at Jun 18, 2010,
#10
Quote by philipk
have you heard of michael angelo batio?


really unfortunate what happened tho
blast my image code thingy ain't working
Last edited by metalheadblues at Jun 18, 2010,
#11
it's all for show, Batio himself admitted it. He says he has never used one in a studio and that there is no point besides looking wild and over-the-top.
#13
Cheap Trick anyone?

I'm pretty sure that's a 12 string, 6 string hardtail, 6 string Floyd and a fretless bass.
#14
Quote by Jackamedmos

what about this one? :P

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