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Topic Nominated An Unusual Guitar

Since Ligotti is a player why not have a thread devoted to unusual guitars? More fun than debating the racism of long dead writers or the merits of political systems.

Love this 1919 antique. Looks like it's well on the way to melting into a Salvador Dali painting. And that oval sound hole! Ye Gads!

And then there's this beauty (everyone should have a harp guitar):

Martin Harp Guitar | National Museum of American History

even stranger than it looks, the Dean Cadillac:

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