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Andrei Krylov

My doubleneck (two neck) guitar... acoustic and midi

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Very interesting dovetail joint to assemble and separate the two.

Would have liked to hear a ballad style tune using the two instruments.

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Very interesting dovetail joint to assemble and separate the two.

Would have liked to hear a ballad style tune using the two instruments.

Thanks for your interest Eddie!

here is the small ballade like piece :)

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This is very cool. I really liked the second piece. Very evocative and middle eastern.

Can you tell us more about your guitars? They are very interesting.

-Doug

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These guitars built by Sebastien Doucet, guitar maker from Gatineau, Quebec, according to my ideas.

Later small ukulele guitar was made by luthier Javier Pascual Jasso from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

Sebastien Doucet, by my request , use special connection between guitars which make possible to combine and use together different type of guitars. One is semi acoustic midi guitar, another is electric acoustic and another is small classical/ukulele. Most of my guitars have 7 strings and I use different tunings, some on guitars and some by using midi through Roland VG 99. I play in many different tunings and in different styles and periods of music from Renaissance, Baroque and Classical to Folk, Fusion, Flamenco, New Age, Ragas, Jazz etc.

Thanks for your interest!

Music which I play on thses videos can be found also here :

http://itunes.apple....lov/id157639260

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Very interesting instrument. Kind of reminds me of Michael Angelo Batio's guitars. Feel free to post some of your other instruments in my thread for 7 or more string instrument owners.

I like your music!

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