#1
hey i was just wondering what people think about double neck guitars in general
#2
Too heavy.
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#3
They are hot but annoying. I had one and did not use it much. It was annoying. It was cool but annoying.
#5
my girlfriends dad makes guitars and hes going to make me a sg style double neck for about 700 ..good deal?
#9
he just has that outline thats why for now anyways and i cant complain really
#10
Once I was in a guitar store. This was before I knew about the Great Stairway Rule. Anyway, I played the entire forbidden song on an ED-1275, the clerk waited until I was done, then he politely told me to GTFO.
#11
^ same here, but Eruption on a Dime-o-Flame.
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#12
but for 700$ hes making it for me i cant really complain right...so ...just wanted to know about double necks ive always wanted one... i might get him to make me some more after aswell
#13
I'd love to have own one.

Make no mistake; I have utterly no use for one. But I'd play it on stage, and be like, "You wish you were this badass."
#14
haha yeah, im more an acoustic guy and im starting to play electric...its a total change i feel...so i have to get used to playing electric...but yeah what about colours? what could should it be? im more of a wood finish sort of thing but whats some peoples advice?
#15
They're more for show than performance.
Quote by breakdown123
Is there such a thing as a heavy riff with out chugging on the e string?
#16
Quote by Devine49
haha yeah, im more an acoustic guy and im starting to play electric...its a total change i feel...so i have to get used to playing electric...but yeah what about colours? what could should it be? im more of a wood finish sort of thing but whats some peoples advice?



Natural all the way, especially for acoustics, they just shouldn't be painted.
Quote by breakdown123
Is there such a thing as a heavy riff with out chugging on the e string?
#18
Quote by Devine49
im talking about the double neck electric....which colour?
For an EDS-1275-styled thing... cherry red or white, all the way.
#19
Dude... Swirl...
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#21
I think double-necks are amazing. I'm saving up to order a custom double neck thats my dream guitar. sure they're heavy, but theres so much you can do with em plus the look hella cool.
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#24
They're cool, I played a strat styled one and a SG styled, and loved the strat feel, just not for me, and the gibson was ridiculously neck heavy. Cool, but nothing to play live with, dislocate your shoulder after a while of standing there with a massive guitar hangin from you. But that's a good deal for a double neck for sure, trusting he's a good builder.
#25
oh hes amazing! hes already made 2 other 6 string electics a bass and a slide guitar
#27
how the **** would you even play that bottom one.... how the **** would you play any of them and be able to stand, walk , it would break your back....wow!
#28
Quote by Flying Couch
I'd love to have own one.

Make no mistake; I have utterly no use for one. But I'd play it on stage, and be like, "You wish you were this badass."



rofl that made me have a good laugh