Travel harp guitars are going strong

Here’s the very latest from Luke Brunner.  He said it was a commission from David Lesak.  It’s a doubleneck with 7 strings on each, one standard, one baritone.  On each neck, the first 5 strings are fretted, the 2 lowest are fretless.  Each neck of course comes off for traveling.  The 6 trebles, bendable behind the bridge, are what makes this a harp guitar.  In this case, it’ll go in the Composite Forms Gallery (multi-neck with Form 4 harp guitar).

Anyone spotting this in action eventually, please let us know!

Luke says that this was one of 3 HGs he recently finished, including something new and unusual for one of our own…

Exciting harp guitar times we live in!

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