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Something Ted said made me think it might be possible to put 10 or 12 strings on the back of an existing 10 string instrument's neck. I thought I absolutely had to have two necks back to back and with trusses. Maybe that's ideal but not absolutely required. What do you think? Can I get away with only one neck? What would be the best way of doing that?

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Here's the issue with two necks back to back. Added thickness. See the blueprint here. It's an older design I drew that was just going to put two 2 string basses on the back of an existing Chapman Stick skirting by the belthook. My idea now is to remove/redesign the belthook and have strings covering the whole back of the instrument. The belthook would come out of the sides instead.



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