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    10 more weird guitars

    Another 10 weirdest article from reverb.com--this one from March 2107
    This one is overall slanted more to ones you might be most likely to see in metal bands.
    One highlight--another gem by Brian Eastwood.
    Last edited by zontar; 09-26-2017 at 11:15 PM.
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    I think you posted the wrong link- I get a video on playing the slide guitar

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    Quote Originally Posted by die Bullen View Post
    I think you posted the wrong link- I get a video on playing the slide guitar
    Well what's wrong with that?

    I edited it with the correct link--and tested it.
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    As you already said, a lot of these do look like something you'd find in metal bands. A good number of them look like something that a 15 year old who is obsessed with horror movies would love

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    The only one I wouldn't run away fast from is that Rambler travel guitar. I agree with dB's observation.....Most of them would likely appeal to 15 year old kids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by die Bullen View Post
    As you already said, a lot of these do look like something you'd find in metal bands. A good number of them look like something that a 15 year old who is obsessed with horror movies would love
    There is something when guys are around that age--I remember drawing a bunch of ideas for guitar bodies when I was like 15-16--Later on I realized none would actually be that practical...
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    Quote Originally Posted by spellcaster View Post
    The only one I wouldn't run away fast from is that Rambler travel guitar. I agree with dB's observation.....Most of them would likely appeal to 15 year old kids.
    I like the Brian Eastwood Benedetto one as well--but the Travel one has potential
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    The Benedetto is kind of neat but I wonder how it sounds since it is so thin- and I wonder if the very large body would be comfortable

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    Well it does have a narrow waist...
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    Waist is narrow but overall it looks klunky to play.

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