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Home News Guitars Harp Guitars Unique & Bespoke Music About Ordering Contact The Triple Neck, 6-String Guitar, 12-String Guitar & Mandolin There has been many multi necked instruments going back hundreds of years, with all kinds of combinations. This particular instrument is inspired by the great British guitar maker Andy Manson who made the triple neck (mandolin, 12-string, 6-string) for Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones and later Jimmy Page. I first saw this kind of instrument in my teenage years when reading the booklet that came along with the 1st Led Zeppelin box set and thinking what a cool instrument that was. Since then I've dreamt that some day I would own one and so I ended up building this one for myself. Indian Rosewood back and sides. Triple Neck Triple neck soundboard.
This next instrument was commissioned. The customer is also very inspired and influenced with the music and musicianship of Led Zeppelin. He did  contact Andy Manson to see if it was alright for me to make one. This particular triple neck has Redwood for the soundboard, Myrtle for the back and sides.  All the dark wood, fingerboard, bridges etc are all Macassar Ebony.    The inlay work along the 12-string fingerboard are the four Zeppelin symbols, each representing a member of the band. On the twelfth fret there is the LZ-  129 Hinderburg airship (zeppelin), which appeared on their first self titled 1969 album cover. This instrument also features a Linda Manzer ‘Wedge’ and a  Laskin bevel. There are RMC pickups installed, the six string neck has MIDI synth capabilities. 
Back of triple neck, Myrtle back and side with Honduras Mahogany necks.
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Menu Triple Neck There has been many multi necked instruments going back hundreds of years, with all kinds of combinations. This particular instrument is inspired by the great British guitar maker Andy Manson who made the triple neck (mandolin, 12-string, 6-string) for Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones and later Jimmy Page. I first saw this kind of instrument in my teenage years when reading the booklet that came along with the 1st Led Zeppelin box set and thinking what a cool instrument that was. Since then I've dreamt that some day I would own one and so I ended up building one for myself. Triple Neck