Anyone make an electric baritone?

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  1. lfyost

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    Just wonderins as I see quite a number of acoustic luthiers making them these days.
     
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    Danelectro, Veillette, almost every luthier would probably make you one. Warmoth sells baritone replacement necks ....
     
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    jerrry jones is a must look if your looking for a baritone
     
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    Bill Chapin is making me one.
     
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    I think Alembic still makes a baritone. Also, check out Novax's XR scale length.
     
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    I use my JJ electric bari all the time...fantastic instrument
     
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    Hamer Monaco SubTone
     
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    A lot of Baris out there. It really depends on what style music you play. Some of the heavy metal guys will recommend Schecter, ESP, etc, while more traditional players will say Danelectro, Jerry Jones, etc.

    Your price target will also help direct you.
     

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