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© Copyright 2003-2017 Stephen Sedgwick
Guitar & Mandolin Double Neck Since I play both guitar and mandolin as do many other musicians, it would be nice to have both at hand in front of you rather than picking one up and putting  the other down. This special instrument is a wonderful tool for song writing and quite simply you would look amazingly cool playing one. It is an instrument  that every folk and rock musician needs in their arsenal.  
This instrument incorporates The Wedge©™, a design innovation by Linda  Manzer. Normally with an instrument such as a double neck the instrument  sits very up right because of it's width. You could lean over the instrument  but that will give you a bad posture. With Manzer's Wedge ©™ design, it  makes the instrument comfortable to play and without leaning over you can  look down and see both fret boards clearly. The wedge doesn't effect the  sound of the instrument either.  Pickups: This instrument also has a custom made K&K stereo pickup  installed. One channel for the guitar and the other for the mandolin. 
Soundboard: Sitka Spruce  Back and Sides: Maple (Flame)  Necks: Mahogany  Fingerboards: Ebony  Rosettes: Black Mother Of Pearl  Mandolin tuners: Gotoh MA40  Guitar tuners: Gotoh SE510  Finish: French polish  Lower bout width: 381mm (15")  Depth at tail block: 105mm (4.3")  Mandolin nut width: 32mm (1.25")  Mandolin scale length: 352mm (13.875")  Guitar nut width: 46mm (1.8")  Guitar scale length: 645mm. (25.4") 
Soundboard: Sitka Spruce  Back and Sides: Indian Rosewood  Necks: Mahogany  Fingerboards: Ebony  Bindings: Yew  Mandolin tuners: Gotoh  Guitar tuners: Gotoh  Finish: Lacquer (satin finish)  Lower bout width: 394mm (15.5")  Depth at tail block: 110mm (4.3")  Mandolin nut width: 32mm (1.25")  Mandolin scale length: 352mm (13.875")  Guitar nut width: 46mm (1.8")  Guitar scale length: 645mm. (Martin 25.4") 
This is the 3rd guitar and mandolin double neck I've  made. This has a slightly larger guitar body than the  previous two. The Indian rosewood gives a lovely warm  tone to both the guitar and mandolin. 
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The video above I made using the double neck. The tune I wrote 'The Grove' was a  lso recorded on the instrument. I recorded the tune first and  filmed myself playing over the top of it. 
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© Copyright 2003-2017 Stephen Sedgwick
Guitar & Mandolin Double Neck Since I play both guitar and mandolin as do many other musicians, it  would be nice to have both at hand in front of you rather than picking one up and putting the other down. This special instrument is a wonderful tool for song writing and quite simply you would look amazingly cool playing  one. It is an instrument that every folk and rock musician needs in their  arsenal.
This instrument incorporates The Wedge©™, a design innovation by Linda Manzer. Normally with an instrument such as a double neck  the instrument sits very up right because of it's width. You could lean  over the instrument but that will give you a bad posture. With  Manzer's Wedge ©™ design, it makes the instrument comfortable to  play and without leaning over you can look down and see both fret  boards clearly. The wedge doesn't effect the sound of the instrument either. Pickups: This instrument also has a custom made K&K stereo pickup  installed. One channel for the guitar and the other for the mandolin.
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The video below I made using the double neck. The tune I wrote 'The  Grove' was also recorded on the instrument. I recorded the tune first  and filmed myself playing over the top of it.