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    Default Re: Hollow Body Electric Tenors

    Yea those guys are pretty cool, definitely have some chops.

    The thing about getting a D'Armond floating pickup is finding one. The ones I see listed on the net are thru the roof with their asking prices! There is a mandolin one in the classifieds for a reasonable price...

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/ads/156485#156485

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    A bunch of stuff with four strings

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    Default Re: Hollow Body Electric Tenors

    I see, they're no longer in production.

    Is that pickup in the video you linked responding to my initial post meant to be for a six string? Or did they make one specifically for tenor?
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    Default Re: Hollow Body Electric Tenors

    I thought y'all might want to ogle this:

    https://www.retrofret.com/acoustic/tenor.asp
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