Who invented the double neck guitar?

Answer Paul Bigsby, a pattern maker and motorcyclist from California, produced one of the first double neck guitars for country star Merle Travis in 1952. The harp guitar, which is very similar to the do... Read More »

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How to Play a Double Neck Guitar Properly?

This article tells you how to use the most common type of double neck guitar, where the top neck is a twelve string guitar and the bottom neck is a six string, though notes on some other types are ... Read More »

Can you put a bass guitar neck on an electric guitar?

It is possible to put a bolt on bass neck onto a guitar, but it's not practical. It would require replacing the bridge in order to get the strings to line up properly. It would be easier to either ... Read More »

What does a set neck mean on a guitar?

A set neck or set-in neck means that the neck of the guitar (the horizontal part that houses the strings) is glued and cannot be removed from the body. The Les Paul design is almost exclusively set... Read More »

How to Hide a Double Chin & a Sagging Neck in Pictures?

Knowing how to position your subjects when photographing them is a critical component in creating pictures your clients will like and buy. Many people are not comfortable having their picture taken... Read More »