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over's review - Stick Inc. The Stick

Amricain instrument resembling a guitar electric which would have removed the body and wide handle.
Two sections of rope
The handle is the choice padauk, stocky, Tarara ...
Two volume, tone, output for both indpendante region
The tunings are trs Varis: quad / quads, quads / fifths, "crafty" ... but I personally advise the quad / quads parallles for guitarists wanting to try their luck.

The MODEL I tried n'tait not a great comfort trs; trapezodal profile with protruding edges
This is just the last point which dissuades me from buying it. The highs are bright trs, I got too bright and lacking bass fullness. Although new MODELS intgrent of EMG, offer a wider choice of wood, I find the lack of heat as compared Megatar instruments or Warr guitar. In my opinion the absence of body is one reason.

The Chapman Stick (Tap-guitar is the name gnrique as "Stick" is a trademark) is an instrument cr by Emmet Chapman, a jazz guitarist California. But it is not the inventor of this technique not only to DDIS CRER instruments tapping both hands (eg. Warrguitar, Megatar, AustinDouglas, Bunker, ...). The first player to have dvelopp this technique and initiated changes in the violin is Jimmy Webster in 1950 on a Gretsch. Just a 50aine years, making it an instrument that has yet to evolve young.