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Old 03-19-2014, 07:27 AM
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Default some wild and crazy harp guitars...

i saw these wild harp guitars on this site:

http://harpguitars.net/blog/2010/10/...-and-the-ugly/



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Harp guitars" and "wild and crazy" go hand in hand. Gregg Miner has done a lot to promote the instruments, to good effect. In the right hands, they can produce some very nice music. But their visual strangeness is what first draws a lot of people to them, I suspect. Gregg was attracted to them as an extension of his more general interest in odd instruments.
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