Ngd! Something Different

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  1. Narsh

    Narsh Well-Known Member

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    9167A676-4F94-4352-8423-FB36A5B62E3C.jpeg not bad for $20
     
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    But does it Djent?

    Nice nab, I would've bought that if I ran across it for a twenty. I'm a big fan of finding unconventional sound sources. Curious to see how you incorporate it into recording.
     
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    Yeah that is forthcoming.. gotta get a little better with a slide first
     
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    I like it.
    But, I'm a lefty. It would have to have left hand threads on the bridge and nut, to work for me.:ROFLMAO:

    Seriously, I like it. There's something about CBGs that I just like.
    I also like mandolins, and want one. I really want a Gibson F mandolin (in lefty, no less).
    But, great Scott, they cost more than Gibson guitars.

    I blame Samantha Fish and her glorious legs for my love of CBGs.
     
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    That's cool.,Ive made more than my share, mostly 6 strings, but mostly what mI have on hand
     
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    Cool! Those f holes are classy AF.

    Three strings makes a lot of sense for slide playing. The other three tend to get in the way on a six-string.

    Not that you couldn't entertain using it solo, but I bet it would be most at home adding slidey touches as part of an ensemble.

    Congrats!
     
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