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Touch Guitar™ Dual Neck Instrument Frequently Asked Questions-

 What is a Touch Guitar?

 With the Touch Guitar™ you can play Guitar and bass, both at the same time with organ sounds and more. If you play guitar now the transition is natural and easy.

The Touch Guitar™ musical instrument is much like a bass and a guitar in standard tuning (EADGBE guitar) and (EADG bass) which is turned off until you touch the string to the fret, only then does that string sound. You can play the right hand on the wide (guitar) neck and the left hand on the bass neck. Because only the notes you actually Touch or pick will sound.

The Guitar neck: a 24.5 inch scale neck which is 3.5 inches wide allows you to freely move your fingers up and down the fingerboard  in slides, bends and taping without any unwanted string noised produced by the motion of the fingers.
The Bass neck: a 32 inch scale, Electronic Muted bass, with dynamic EQ range far outreaching any other bass on the market today.
Another standout of the Touch Guitar™ is the fact that because you are playing a bass and a guitar at the same time you have almost two full octaves of harmonic overlap which develop some exciting overtones.

 How does it do all of this?

 The strings are all electronically separated from each other and have a very small DC voltage fed to them and the frets are a common ground (the same as your Jack output). When you touch the string to the fret that string turns on its own amplified Hex-Hum Pickup™; and you get only the pure sound of the string vibration without any unwanted scraping, sliding, hum, hiss thumping or ambient sounds normally associated with electric guitars and basses. As soon as you remove your finger the string is off and no manual muting is required. You can move any place you wish as fast as you want and will get absolutely no unwanted string noise. From all of this comes a range of tone never before capable on an electric type musical instrument. Over 40% more tonal range is acquired using the Electronic Mute™ technology ; The design purpose behind the Touch Guitar™ musical instrument has been to create the most far ranging and dynamic string instrument ever built, we have now reached that goal.

 Why would I play a Touch Guitar™;?

 Probably the most enticing feature of the Touch Guitar™ musical instrument is that it is far easier to play than a standard Guitar or Bass with an organ all played together. Try playing open F-chord for the first time on a regular Guitar, then on the Touch Guitar™ instrument where you will play it the first time. The Touch Guitar™ can be played in many different ways and is great with all other instruments, as a solo instrument where you want to have a full band sound of Bass and Guitar plus or as a lead musical instrument using both necks for lead sounds. You can play the Bass as a regular bass or flip a switch and it is the most dynamic taping bass you've ever played. Play it before a crowd and you will have everyone's attention and more!! Because of the extreme tonal range of the Touch Guitar™ you can make the Bass sound like a guitar and get great full sounding chords on the bass neck and the Guitar (wide) neck can actually simulate the lows of the deepest Bass and the highs that would make a tele player weep, and if you do not buy all of this come by and play it or hear it, you will be amazed.

 How is it made?

 The Touch Guitar™ is the result of over forty years of development in guitar and bass design. More than 6 granted US patents and over 30 claims have issued on this idea.

The Touch Guitar™ main body is built in chambers, much like honey cones out of selected hardwoods for strength and tone. The neck backs are hard rock eastern maple and the fingerboards are combinations of ebony, maple and rosewood materials. Both necks incorporate the Tension Free™ neck design which eliminate dead spots and enhance sustain above the 12th fret on both necks.

Many people until they actually play it the first time wonder why the upper neck is 3.5 inches wide. This is so the fingers can move easily past one another when played across the neck in chord fashion, otherwise you would always have to play with the fingers at right angles to the frets. The tip of your finger is about .6 inches wide, normal string spacing is .38 inches. Try it on your regular guitar you cannot move one finger past the other on your guitar. (Note) you can on most basses because of the increased string width.

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