Anybody ever played one of these? Milani Walrus

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  1. BigKD

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    Well, that is different.
     
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    Would have to hear it in person. Taking the resonance out of the wood (by the open back) seems counterintuitive to me, but who knows? It may work...

    Think it's a nice looking guitar one way or another, but to be nitpicky, get a spell check for your website my darling; it makes us wonder about your attention to detail (if only in a completely anally retentive way.)
     
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    Ain't my website.
     
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    Ain't my website. ;)
     
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    LOVE the idea and design, I think this guy is actually on to something.

    Surf the site proper, top shelf craftsmanship and some really cool designs and ideas.

    It's well-documented that 80% of an acoustic guitars' sound is developed in the top, and he's got that covered quite nicely.

    Nice nice nice, I wonder if he was inspired by John Cale's old beat-to-hell no-backed Harmony!

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    It looks nice but I like using feedback as a tool. The wood will be unpainted which means it's likely to end up looking dirty.
     
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    I'm sure your Italian is excellent too.
     
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    What an ugly name for such a pretty guitar. "The Walrus."

    "What do you play?"
    "Oh, I've got a nice Walrus for my studio and touring work."
     
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    I wonder about the sustain in such a guitar. That would be my number one feature to check out. otherwise, cool guitar.
     

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