#1
does anybody know how to get ahold of any of those guitars with a neck on each side, like dat micheal angeol batio feller plays?

i cant find one on guitarcenter or musiciansfriend or nothin else, help please
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#3
to play it, im ambidextrous
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#5
pretty sure youd have to get a custom made guitar. you might be able to find a used one online somehow but i doubt you will find one thats manufactured.
#6
i've never seen anybody but MAB and Kyle Gass from Tenacious D use one so i would assume theyre pretty pricey

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pretty sure youd have to get a custom made guitar. you might be able to find a used one online somehow but i doubt you will find one thats manufactured.

yea after looking around i think you need to get a custom one. really not worth the money imo
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#7
Build yourself one.


YEAH, i can't do that
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#10
Try the Dean custom shop; they made the one he's currently using.
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#11
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YEAH, i can't do that

It's your best bet unless you have an incredible amount of money at your disposal.
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#13
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Be honest here, why would you want one?


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I'm curious why you would want one, myself.
#14
You would have to have it custom-ordered, and Dean made MAB's and is the only company I've ever seen that makes an angled double-neck rather than a side by side like a g-1275 or an EDS. This would also be iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiincredibly expensive IF you could even get it made.
It would be sweet to learn how to play one though, so good luck with your search.
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#15
buy a regular guitar a lefty guitar

take a saw to both of them and a couple of screws to hold them together

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#16
First, It'd be heavy and in a weird position to play.

Second I doubt you can even play a single neck guitar that well.

Third, In order for it to even have a purpose, you'd have to tune both of them differently, and be able to shred/tap/legato all over them.
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#19
Hit up Pawn shops around you for a left-handed guitar. If you can find something that's a decent guitar, buy it and try to find a matching right-handed one on Ebay.

You'll have to cut a portion from the body to where they would join together. Get yourself a set of Straplocks and countersink two holes in this fresh cut on the guitar big enough to fit the straplocks. Use these to lock the two halves together when you play it, plus it allows you to disassemble it for transport.

I built one of these from 2 black Washburn guitars using the above method. I only had about 300 bucks wrapped up in it too
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#20
Lol, guys I have nothing against you. I'm a light hearted guy.

Anyway. It's cool and all, but traditional two neck guitars are more "friendly".

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#21
It was a cool guitar to play during a show for ****s and giggles. I mean seriously, not many people can play a left and right handed guitar. Especially at once
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