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    Default What's this then -electric Bandurria?

    - Jeremy

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    Default Re: What's this then -electric Bandurria?

    Whatever it is I’m sure someone will be along in a minute to ask what the point of it is!

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    Default Re: What's this then -electric Bandurria?

    Electric octave twelve string guitar?
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    "Strung E to e and tuned an octave up, think of it as a 12 string guitar with a capo at the 12th fret."
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    Default Re: What's this then -electric Bandurria?

    That Hammertone looks like a match, thanks Jacob.
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    Default Re: What's this then -electric Bandurria?

    The Hammertone is a copy of a 1960s Vox Mandoguitar, like this one.

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    Default Re: What's this then -electric Bandurria?

    Daniel Lanois played one of these on U2's The Joshua Tree.
    Listen for the scratchy bit in the background.

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    It is an octave 12-string guitar—tuned one octave above a standard 12-string.

    Here's a guy playing a Ry Cooder tune on one:

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