Alien electric guitar
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A tubular electric guitar from a crashed alien spacecraft ;-). This one has 22 frets to the octave (31 total). Hutch had never played a 22-tone guitar before, or a tubular one! He plays Henry Mancini's theme from Peter Gunn (or Blues Brothers or Planet Claire) followed by a basic 12 bar blues shuffle in E.
See http://www.handmademusicclubhouse.com/forum/topics/pic-of-homemade-abs-bass-in?commentId=4519676%3AComment%3A78912 for more info and photos.
Creator's home page http://dkeenan.com
- This one is not for sale. But I plan to make some more when I finish my
current project. Around AU$1500.
- The frets are spaced for 22-tone equal temperament and the open strings are
tuned to the nearest equivalent to EADGBE in 22-tET, such that BEADG is a
chain of that tuning's best approximations of a fourth.
- Let me play it once man
- What's the tuning? I'm Not really scared to ask....
- must have!! how much is cost?? :)
- Was this taken from the aliens, I think its a alien dildo not a guitar :S.
- Sounds like mortal kombat theme
- It's digital in the sense that you play it with your fingers. ;-)
- and that guitar is Digital :)
- There's no alien :) and the guitar made by science/handmade/machine not
- where can i get one?
- looks like that thing from fallout 3
- looks like a custom carbon fiber tube with strings and lights
- Look like "Electric Fly Trap"
- It has the scale length and string gauges and hence the range of a standard
6 string guitar. It's just that Hutch is playing mostly on the bass strings
in this video.
- It sounds like a bass. What is it exactly?
- Looks cool, but the fingerboard looks too rounded like a Fender :)
- Mach 5 is enough I think.
- how mach ???
- loll.. Yeah .... Alien ! But like ..
- Sooo..... where do i get one ?
- Wow very innovating. Great work.
- eric clepton ?
- damn you got them alien blues, nice
- How do you get this through customs?