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Still, it's fun to watch, and I'm not surprised there's negligible audible difference.
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Besides, wood glue has some elasticity to it to, so you can't really look at it as some sort of perfect sonic interface material.
And like Srini in said, this is a pretty darned good analog for a neck through instrument, with different body wings simply along for the ride.
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What I think he's come up with is an ingenious way to mass-produce a body that can be swapped onto the functional portion of the guitar, which would mean more consistent build times/quality, and the possibility to swap a different body in, depending on the look desired or even the ergonomics.
Somewhere, I was told by a friend (years ago) that they were building me a custom guitar that was basically a neck thru with bolted on leather-wrapped pieces of steel for "body wings." It was just an outline body. If only it were completed, 'cause I'd love to play it, as it was going to have an AP11 in the neck and C22T in the bridge.
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