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At 10:11pm on January 26, 2010, Ted Crocker said…
Hi Cowboy, welcome to the Clubhouse!

The focus here is on all types of handmade instruments. There are many helpful builders and players here and lots of Groups to teach and learn. We welcome participation so don't be shy.

Have a look around, introduce yourself in My Name Is... and add yourself to the Member Map. There's an active Chat Room where you can ask questions, offer help or just talk about anything with some great folks.

Most of all Have Fun!
At 8:31pm on January 26, 2010, Henry Lowman said…
Welcome to the site! I saw your question on the Nation chat site. A 3 stringer allows one to use tunings such as DAD or GAD, great for power chords, etc. Adding more strings does make it a bit more complicated, but the principles of playing are the same. Mark Sandman of the band MORPHINE converted his bass into a 2 string, inspired by a blues musician who played a unitar, or one string guitar. Check out the diddley bow. Personally, my builds have been mostly 8 strings, but I have also built a 10 string and a 12 string (all photosare posted on a slide show on my Nation site). Forgive me for pontificating a bit much...LOL!!!
At 6:37pm on January 26, 2010, Willardj said…
welcome...to real chat

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