|3234718 ||10-02-2013 01:00 PM |
Double sided mini guitar/bass
This one's different...I like the way it looks (the bass side). If this was just a bass and the same size and shape, I'd be tempted. There's a video in the auction, but it only buffers and doesn't play, for me anyway. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Double-sided...item417781adb4
|T-Bird ||10-02-2013 10:57 PM |
WOW, what a Busuyi
bargain someone got.
$205 compared with the Street/List value of $1500
YES! Your children can have their very own professional sound quality double sided guitar without the price. They can play bass on one side and lead on the other side. Now you don't have to worry about them changing their mind to lead or bass, they have both.
List/Street value $1,150
The world's most technologically advanced guitar
NECK THRU Bass & Guitar model
2 Magnet humbucker pickups
Rosewood fretboard with 22 frets
The SLRMini neck-thru body guitar is designed for serious crunch and endless sustain. It is loaded with sustain rich rosewood fingerboard on maple neck and complete with 2 magnet humbucker pickups. Also features chrome hardware with excellent mid range tone basswood body. Basswood body Maple neck NECK THRU Bass & Guitar model Rosewood fretboard with 2 Magnet humbucker pickups 1V 1T + 3-way switch for guitar 1V 2T with bass model Individual volume and tone controls Great bridge Chrome Hardware 42mm nut
Looks kind of cool though.
|wild4oldcars ||10-03-2013 08:25 AM |
i... i dont understand... what do you... how do you... im so confused...
|Jim Nazium ||10-03-2013 08:30 AM |
Lots of things seem like a good idea when you're really stoned ...
Seems like these folks need to at least come up with some type of removable fake "neck" cover-thing that would go over the side of the neck that you aren't using, as otherwise your thumb will rest on the frets and strings of the opposite side,
|jordak ||10-03-2013 08:44 AM |
That looks like it would be hell to play, on either side.
|P Town ||10-03-2013 08:53 AM |
"Seems like these folks need to at least come up with some type of removable fake "neck" cover-thing that would go over the side of the neck that you aren't using, as otherwise your thumb will rest on the frets and strings of the opposite side,"
"That looks like it would be hell to play, on either side."
Maybe you are supposed to play both sides at once.
|wild4oldcars ||10-03-2013 08:56 AM |
no strap buttons. you must have to hold it between your legs, and only use tapping each side. this is truly an advanced piece of machinery! :rollno:
|Immigrant ||10-03-2013 09:01 AM |
That thing is a ridiculous gimmick. It's a conversation piece, not an instrument.:spit:
|Spectrum ||10-03-2013 09:13 AM |
You hang it in the middle, and two people play it, one right-handed and one left-handed, while facing each other and gazing into each other's eyes.
But NOT one left-handed and the other right-handed! Do not mix this up.
Do not cross the streams.
Why do I get the feeling Tennessee is behind this?:rollno:
|remainthesame ||10-03-2013 10:40 AM |
How would you adjust the truss rod? Must be hard to get the right amount of relief on both sides.
|Duuuuuuuuuude ||10-03-2013 02:18 PM |
I thought in might make a pretty cool travel guitar.
|awilkie84 ||10-03-2013 02:38 PM |
Why are the controls on the wrong side for BOTH sides??? It seems illogical
|FloridaSam ||10-04-2013 01:08 PM |
|Raymeous ||10-04-2013 01:16 PM |
Okay now that's a different way of doing it. Woudn't be that comfortable to play I think. Fun project in any case.
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