#1
Anybody know anything about them and how they work because i find them to be the coolest thing ever, closely followed by a continuum.

seriously, they are so awesome.

-DC

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#2
Yeah, its basically just a big ole guitar neck with virtually no body, and a pickup. You play it held upright and only use two hand tapping. And the lower strings are in the middle and they get higher in pitch as you move out.
#3
I know that blue man group bows them with a thick wound guitar string.
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#4
Tony Levin is one of the better Chapman stick players. I've seen him play live a few times, and he really pushes the limit on it. His new album, Pieces of the Sun, has some interesting stick work on it. A bit too noodle-ly at times, but interesting.
#5
Quote by gwitersnamps
I know that blue man group bows them with a thick wound guitar string.



I'm watching "the Complex" Rock DVD by them and they use one and it's amazing

Tony Levin is SICK and i heard his work on the Liquid Tension Albums.

I want to know how the pickups work so well, i assume they're 900X more sensitive than bass ones cause of the tapping

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