View Full Version : EYAGH!

Apr-04-2004, 7:26pm
It'll poke your eye out:


I can't wait for my custom order to arrive... Though I hope there's a little less runout in mine, LOL.

Apr-04-2004, 11:42pm
Whoa, who made that pointy thing?

Apr-05-2004, 1:49pm
Steve Wishnevsky. (http://www.wishbass.com) Note: This is one of his more conservative designs.

Apr-06-2004, 6:00am
Horny little devil isn't it?

"Run out? Run out? We don't care 'bout no stinkin' Run Out!" Eli Wallach, "Treasure of the Sierra Madre"

Apr-07-2004, 3:01am
I kinda like it! It's ugly, but that is the point of this thing http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif

If I dodn't allready have a 4 string emando, this would certainly be an option http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif

Apr-25-2004, 4:42pm
I just went to his site. My mom told me,If you can't say something nice, dont say anything at all! #But I can't shut up about this! Are those UGLY instruments!I can't believe anyone would even CONSIDER buying one. #Did you buy it cause it's cheap, or to have an #uglyer something no one else has? (Secretly I wanted to buy one too though!)

Apr-26-2004, 12:48pm
Did you buy it cause it's cheap, or to have an #uglyer something no one else has?
Yes. #http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif

BTW I didn't buy an emando; I ordered an electric plectrum guitar - it's a semihollow version of the danelectro longhorn mando-guitar... I think. Don't exactly know what it looks like yet.

Real reason I ordered it was I wanted a cheap alternative way to try out the Eddie Freeman's tuning without possibly destroying a "real" plectrum guitar.

Plus it sounded like a fun idea at the time... I'll post a pic when I get it. If all else fails, I got a nifty piece of folk art for $200. Can't go wrong.

Apr-26-2004, 3:49pm
Steve's instruments are great when cheap and weird is what you're after.

Igor The Cat
May-01-2004, 12:43pm
a real AXE, Die all you Banjos!!!http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif

May-05-2004, 1:23pm
Didn't I see that in Spock's cabin in a scene from Star-Trek? He also played the Lyre.