"Thanks Uncle John. The sound is much better, plugged in and not, than my first CBG, which sounds very dull and anemic by comparison.
The string hold-downs after the bridge and before the nut aren't elegant and were necessary fixes, and I'd…"
"Thanks, folks. The rounded top is actually more comfortable for playing than the sharp corner.
I'm using all 3 wound strings on this second CBG, which makes bending the notes more difficult but good sound. I should have had more than 16 frets,…"
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Its DIY character; suitability for blues; challenge of learning new tuning and chord patterns; applying my own ideas to solve construction problems and design preferences; learning about general guitar design.
I've played 6-string guitars for over 50 years.
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