After the harpolyre, another example of guitar with so many strings that I doubt that it can played if not like a harp - at least for the upper strings. Actually I have to admit that this Rodolfo Cucculelli 14-string guitar might reach the limits of my understanding of acoustic laws. It looks obvious though I learned to be suspicious with obvious (remember the reverse headstock controversy), but to me it is not possible fort these extra strings - having each a different scale - to be played with the frets and be in tune, am I wrong?
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