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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Fluke, Jun 15, 2003.
Ok, Now thats just silly!!!!
Does it work on a *bass* though?
yeah- they built a bass version- it was profiled in BP's "totally wierd basses".
So, wait, is Gittler back in business?
I read about those in 1986-7 when they were being produced...
Another design with no regard to ergonomics.
... and - of utmost importance to TB:ers - does it have a trussrod?
Must be rough having to make a conscious effort all the time to make sure whatever you play doesn't go sharp...
Sounds like playing the Stick.
I wouldnt think so... That guitar seems to have nothing to regulate how far you're able to press down the strings.. A Stick at least has an actual fretboard under it
I tried playing an Ibanez guitar that had a scalloped (sp?) fretboard, totally useless. Me that is. At playing it.
The frets on the Stick are huge. And typically, the strings are very low tension. So, it's easy to get a quarter-tone bend before you hit the fretboard. Sure on the Gittler you could go farther than that, but that's already bad enough.
You need very soft touch.. This would probably fit the Air Guitar World Championships, by the way
I understand... I have never played one so I really cant say with any certainty what it's like..