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Headless guitars?

Han Solo

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I've seen a lot of headless Gibsons over the years....

Sorry I can't think of any...
 

Michael Hunter

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The electric division of Klein (owned and operated by Lorenzo German) hasn't been producing instruments for several years now. There have been reports that Steve Klein, the originator of the design, may be producing electrics again in the future, but supposedly they will not be headless. Used Kleins often fetch $4,000+ on the used market, which is the only place you'll find one at this point.
 

fetishfrog

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Teuffel Guitars

Fretsong Guitars makes bodies that can be fitted to moses necks.

Hohner (maybe that;s what you meant by hofner)
 

tribalfusion

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http://www.basslab.de/

[FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]This "six-handed" guitar dervish needs every centimeter of his guitar, thus the 39 frets, while the bow extends the low-end and adds enough "meat" to even the highest notes.
The body shape places the tremolo (or optional fixed bridge) fully integrated into the body and gives full access to even the highest frets.....
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epluribus

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Currently two...the aforementioned Cort (stock) and a hotrodded Synapse. Very cool guitars, both.

--Ray
 




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