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Old 2003-08-06, 13:02
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12 strings

i have been tryng to figuer this out for a while but when you have a double neck guitar and one neck is a 12 string and the other is a 6 string(like the one in the pic) i see the top neck has the tunnign pegs on the body for the other six strings to make 12 but where do they tie at the other end does anyone know?here the pic of the guitar
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Old 2003-08-06, 13:08
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if you look real closely after the bridge in between the tuners on the bridge, you can see the strings, but you have to look real close.
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