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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Digital Larry, Jan 12, 2019 at 12:35 AM.
If only Henry had seen this in time.
cool , A boroque chapman stick!
very cool I like it
Man, that last tuning peg on the extended neck could give you a wicked problem if it hooked a nostril as the player swung around.
Never again will you hear any complaints from me about re-stringing or re-tuning my humble 12 string . . .
Peace - Deeve
I love that this instrument exists, and I love even more that someone knows how to play it well!
The straight line wear mark on the body from how she strums away down the strings is also impressive!
She really knows her way around that instrument and if that video is anything to go by she would be a fun date.
Fake, I thought you've done it for real.
I wonder what lute players would do if they were confronted with modern day Ibanez Nine string guitars and could have a go at playing them.
There is so much potential with what you can do with one of those which many of the players who own one have barely tapped into.
She was really good at playing that... which I didn't expect. Most of the times I've seen those types of odd ball stringed instruments, the person showing it hasn't spent much time with it at all.
That was great! Cool to hear the description of the culture of music like that.
I bet she's a multi instrumentalist lute and harp player, and she saw that thing and was like, "it's... beautiful..." and just picked it up and immediately played the baroque version of Cliffs of Dover
I’d put legs and pedals on that son of a gun!
Some bars I've played are so small you could knock the band and the whole audience with a fender mustang if you turned around
WTH! Is that the John Holmes Baroque signature model?
That thing looks familiar. I think Page played one in 73 on No Quarter.
Now I have a claim to fame, a possible ancestor of mine, Alessandro Piccinini, invented the Theorbo.
I can see the family resemblance.
That woman laughs at all those guys who claim their "acoustic guitar sounds like a piano."
The Theorbo actually does.
That was cool, thanks.
And for the guy who posted the Julian Bram clip - I love him! Thank uou.
Saw him in concert sometime in the 80's. One of my guitar influences when I was more heavily involved with classical guitar.
Bet you Sting has dragged something akin to that out on stage.
Yup...wearing tights and pointed shoes with bells on the tips. Saw him in 85 at Radio City Music Hall.