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  1. #1

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    JP 7/14 style doubleneck


    [VIDEO]]Crimson Guitars custom twin neck guitar demo part 1 - YouTube[/VIDEO]
    part 2

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    Well thats pretty badass. I'd kill for one of their Fripp models

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    I like it except I think I saw those inlays on an episode of Miami vice.

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    Wow, that's a pretty crazy instrument! I kind of wish the player demoing it was a little bit better, the shaky vibrato and terrible riffs made it hard to listen to.
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    Looks really nicely done, but i can't stand the 9/5 headstock. EBMM does the same ridiculous offset on their 12-string doublenecks... 8/4. Their thinking is that the 6-string headstock has a 2:1 ratio of tuners from the bass side to the treble side.

    I prefer to look at it as x-2 or x-3. I think an 8/6 or 7/5 offset would look much more balanced and proportional on 14- or 12-string headstocks with that kind of offset.

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    Headstock is positively hideous.

    Other than that, looks cool. I can't imagine it's terribly practical.
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    Having to restring that 14-string neck would be a pain in the ass. Otherwise, I approve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    Having to restring that 14-string neck would be a pain in the ass. Otherwise, I approve.

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