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    Lightbulb Another one for GPOA

    Check this out:
    and order the CD

    There's also a YouTube video of the inventor playing the Bazantar.

    Of course, with 33 extra strings, it might take a while to sample...

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    Re: Another one for GPOA

    Wow! Thanks for the link.
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    Re: Another one for GPOA

    Neat! My cellist side is cringing, but the sound that Mark Deutsch gets from his bazantar is beautiful, so...

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    Re: Another one for GPOA

    Fascinating. Must be a heck of a lot of fun to tune.

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    Re: Another one for GPOA

    Oops,



    I thaught that the "Viola d`amore" has the most strings... ? ( up to 21 strings ) Gunther
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    Re: Another one for GPOA

    Wow, it sounds amazing. I want one!

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    Lightbulb Re: Another one for GPOA

    Quote Originally Posted by germancomponist
    Oops,



    I thaught that the "Viola d`amore" has the most strings... ? ( up to 21 strings ) Gunther
    No, I think the record goes to Pat Metheny's 42-string Pikassa guitar:


    See Manzer Guitars for the details.

    Enjoy,

    Grant
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    Re: Another one for GPOA

    ...Freak-of-nature guitar...





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    Re: Another one for GPOA

    So, would this guitar fit into the conjoined triplet catagory?
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    Re: Another one for GPOA

    Quote Originally Posted by Samantha Penigar
    So, would this guitar fit into the conjoined triplet catagory?
    We no longer call them conjoined triplets, we now refer to them as individualistically challanged.

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