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Um, though in that case why doesn't the higher note tangent merely get hold of both strings...? Dunno. Perhaps there's more electric cunning than appears. It evidently doesn't resonate in its own right, so perhaps the tangents are also electric contacts??????
I presume this means he can only play certain combinations?
WaterPig Master wrote:That said, I would very much like to have a go on one!
WaterPig Master wrote:I have not — and do not intend to — figured out exactly what combinations he can get. It strikes me as a whole lot of faf for not very much gain.
String 1: G A B # # F G A B
String 2: # # C D E # # # C
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