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"Everything was going fine until the hurdy gurdy man showed up."

 

What kind of string tension does it have that can allow that tiny bridge to not just go flying off?

Instead of changing pins to change tone & dynamics, maybe Emin7 could consider altering string break angles at the nut. . . 

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4 hours ago, j45nick said:

Pretty amazing really, both the instrument and the playing.

Changing strings must be a challenge, much less keeping it in tune. And I thought keeping my classical guitar in tune was a challenge.....

It is literally pretty far out. . 

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10 minutes ago, 62burst said:

"Everything was going fine until the hurdy gurdy man showed up."

What kind of string tension does it have that can allow that tiny bridge to not just go flying off?

Instead of changing pins to change tone & dynamics, maybe Emin7 could consider altering string break angles at the nut. . . 

Could be interesting to hear a bit more about these strings - are the upper ones spiraled. 

I like the decoration of the top - spades, , , hearts - and actually find the French piece between 7:53 ans 8:48 quite beautiful. Including the 1 lonesome bend. 

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