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    Martin Stillion mrmando's Avatar
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    Default "Conjoined twins" doubleneck

    Gotta love this...
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/ESP-Display-...0AAOSwYIxX2ivC

    But wow, 29 frets on the mandolin? I guess it's nice that the fretboard has a nosebleed section, but there's hardly any room left for picking.

    And ... is the mandolin detachable? Cuz that would be way cool.
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    Default Re: "Conjoined twins" doubleneck

    We seem to arrive at a similar conclusion .. http://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/sh...36#post1521136
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    Default Re: "Conjoined twins" doubleneck

    Looks cumbersome.
    And now there was no doubt that the trees were really moving - moving in and out through one another as if in a complicated country dance. ('And I suppose,' thought Lucy, 'when trees dance, it must be a very, very country dance indeed.')

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