#1
can you tell me some doubleneck guitars????????
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#2
Epihpone G-1275:



Gibson EDS175:



OLP MM612STB:



Agile TC-630:



BC Rich Two Faced Bich:



Ibanez STW:



Just for fun, this is the included flight case:

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Last edited by Bonsaischaap at Nov 11, 2007,
#3
isnt there a dean double neck and... quadruple (useless) neck somewhere? and ive also seen a double (or triple?) neck jem (but thats only for vai, not for us )
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#4
Quote by BFun
isnt there a dean double neck and... quadruple (useless) neck somewhere? and ive also seen a double (or triple?) neck jem (but thats only for vai, not for us )


That would be this one (ignore me playing it):



The Vai one:
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#5
Quote by Bonsaischaap
Epihpone G-1275:



Gibson EDS175:



OLP MM612STB:



Agile TC-630:



BC Rich Two Faced Bich:



Ibanez STW:



Just for fun, this is the included flight case:



I was gunnar say the epiphone one, but you included pictures and about 12 more

Bonsaischaap I salute you
#6
i want a double neck!! =(
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#7
Quote by bikersbasin
I was gunnar say the epiphone one, but you included pictures and about 12 more

Bonsaischaap I salute you


Thank you.

Have a twelve neck Fender:



Not good enough?

How about a four neck Dean:



Or a five neck Hamer:




Something classier?



The Ibanez 2670 RE
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#8
Quote by Bonsaischaap
Thank you.

Have a twelve neck Fender:



Not good enough?

How about a four neck Dean:



Or a five neck Hamer:



well im a lefty so thats not going to really help em

and batios 4 neck got nicked.
#9
Quote by bikersbasin
well im a lefty so thats not going to really help em

and batios 4 neck got nicked.



He has the top two necks returned (the seven strings), plus Dean made him a new one with an explosion graphic a year ago.

Here it is:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=MuVEQUm-MRc
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#11
Quote by bikersbasin
lol, he made the first one himself didnt he



Well, he started the idea by using two flying V's, but the actual double and quad necks were made by Dean and Washburn.

The partly stolen quad says "Ritz" on the headstock, which was a company started by Wayne Charvel. It was built by Gibson, but they stuck the Ritz decal on anyway...
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#12
Quote by Bonsaischaap
Well, he started the idea by using two flying V's, but the actual double and quad necks were made by Dean and Washburn.

The partly stolen quad says "Ritz" on the headstock, which was a company started by Wayne Charvel. It was built by Gibson, but they stuck the Ritz decal on anyway...


i read it somewhere that he just stuck 4 guitars together :/
#13
Quote by bikersbasin
i read it somewhere that he just stuck 4 guitars together :/



Well, he could've done that, but not only would it have been very hard, you'd have to do a hell of a lot of routing to make it lightweight-ish. Also, building a flightcase for something like that isn't easy.

MAB has never been that much of a DIY person; he has had a few guitars refinished over time, but he never really did any major modifications himself as far as I know.
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#14
Quote by Bonsaischaap
Well, he could've done that, but not only would it have been very hard, you'd have to do a hell of a lot of routing to make it lightweight-ish. Also, building a flightcase for something like that isn't easy.

MAB has never been that much of a DIY person; he has had a few guitars refinished over time, but he never really did any major modifications himself as far as I know.


ah k