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17 Noodles

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Well, I finally got my hands on a 17 note per octave electric guitar thanks for Brad Smith, a local Luthier who did a lovely conversion of a Jay Turser strat copy I bought at the local Guitar Center for $65. The guitar is nicely very bright in tone and plays really nice thanks to the excellent conversion done by Brad. A surprising aspect of the guitar was how easy it was to adapt to 17 equal fingering. With some adjustments I can play 12 equal equivalents – and of course do more.

Here is a quick improvisation using only the effects of my used Alesis multimix 8 mixing board called 17 Noodles.

About two thirds through you will hear me switch from neck to bridge pickup. I particularly like how clear the full barr hammer ons came out at the end. As far as tuning the guitar – I tuned it as it is were a 12 equal guitar except I used the 7th fret – and 6th fret for the “B” string.

more pictures are here:

http://chrisvaisvil.com/?p=436

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Guest said

this sounds great chris

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Movement To Contact said

*staring at his stat copy in the corner.....* do you need more notes lil' buddy? do you? ;) Really dig the sound!

Guest said

Such a pleasing tone!

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Breaking Light said

That's so cool, and great tone! I want more notes too!

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Norm said

Oh boy. Don't forget to eat & sleep once in a while. I can't wait to hear what you come up with on this thing...

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kirklynch said

Interesting. I'd love to have a go at one of those myself

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thetworegs said

where do we start?. Have you something in mind?

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thetworegs said

I'd love to.

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skiks/bruce hamilton said

nice! and such a comfy sounding tuning.

Guest said

Nice intro-45 seconds-nice! Simply great~

Guest said

Wild.

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