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 for more info and photos. Creator's home page

  1. How the hell did this lame 60 seconds of guitar playing get 3 million views on YouTube? I know the guitar is weird looking, but still, seriously?
  2. Fascinating guitar design, I once dreamed of a circular guitar type of instrument but in my dream it was played with a bow. I think he picked the wrong song to show off this unique instrument it uses 22 tone tuning. Has anyone ever seen one of these?
  3. Alien electric guitar
  5. Eu quero :D
  6. Alien electric guitar Music IS Universal
  7. Alien electric guitar
  8. I want one, how much....
  9. Dear viewer, You currently are in a random Youtube spree. Please go back to work. Thanks, The management
  10. Sooo..... where do i get one ?
  11. How long did it take you to make this?
  12. hahahaha
  13. It has both.
  14. Not MIDI. Just a standard guitar audio output jack. In fact the strings and the output jack are the only standard guitar parts.Everything in between is custom, including the piezo pickups under the bridge.
  15. гитарка прикольная а музыка хуйня
  16. Wow very innovating. Great work.
  17. Although a neat looking guitar, it doesn't really look..."practical". How do you keep it from constantly slipping off your left since it's just a straight bar?
  18. Thanks mate!
  19. Ahhh Blues
  20. 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.
  21. smoke more weed and practice...dreamer...
  22. How about no?
  23. AWESOME!!!
  24. OMG, and i thought 12 frets to the octave and 7.25 radius was hard enough to play... now we've gone 22 and tubular... LOL ! but very cool...
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