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Re: How Many is Too Many? 4 Years, 4 Months ago  
So, in answer to the OPs question, .......

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Re: How Many is Too Many? 4 Years, 4 Months ago  
wiley wrote:

It is my hope that everyone at this years IGC will take the opportunity to pick up and play the Skylark. It's unique and what the future of guitars (except the additional 7th and/or 8th string) may be. The bevel makes that crease in your forearm disappear, the "Demi" cutaway, think of it like an ice cream scoop, keeps the volume and sustain more like a piece without a cutaway with that extra reach available, and the multi-scale (fan-fret) has to be experienced.


Can we have a photo or a vid please?
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Re: How Many is Too Many? 4 Years, 4 Months ago  
neverfoundthetime wrote:
wiley wrote:

It is my hope that everyone at this years IGC will take the opportunity to pick up and play the Skylark. It's unique and what the future of guitars (except the additional 7th and/or 8th string) may be. The bevel makes that crease in your forearm disappear, the "Demi" cutaway, think of it like an ice cream scoop, keeps the volume and sustain more like a piece without a cutaway with that extra reach available, and the multi-scale (fan-fret) has to be experienced.


Can we have a photo or a vid please?


Chris: I Found this with a quick google search...


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Re: How Many is Too Many? 4 Years, 4 Months ago  
You can look up My (1 and only) video posted a while back, "An Original - The Wrench". The guitar in hand is the Avian "Skylark".
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Re: How Many is Too Many? 4 Years, 4 Months ago  
wiley wrote:
Hopefully this works. I know I have made several promises down through the years so........

This is dedicated to Dan, AKA "Wrench" - story is, at the first IGC (2013) Dan, Jason , Bear, Lynn and who knows who else were sitting in the general area admiring Jason's 3 inch folders of sheet music, just talking and such. Somehow out of somewhere the first parts of this hit me. Over the last several years I've worked it to this. IGC 2014, I opened the 'amateur' part of the first night's open mics with a fingerstyle version. Since I have no fingernails to speak of at this time, the pick took over. The crazy thing is, every time I pick this up and play I always see Dan sitting there. So - I call it "The Wrench".

And yes, that's the Avain Skylark. The fan fret isn't really noticeable from this angle.

Recorded using nothing more than an iPad Air and a Blue Spark lightning digital microphone, and using iMovie to edit.



Very nice song Wiley.

I'd love to try your Skylark. It looks and sounds very cool. I'm curious as to how it feels when playing it. See you in August.

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