I own a Teye guitar so I'm always looking on his website. He is now making one of the coolest guitars I've seen (His other guitars are cool too). Check out his new addition. Here's what his blog says about it: "So, Teye is in the midst of constructing a two-necked monster. What are the major flaws of double-necked guitars? Who needs them? Rotten balance on the strap (totally neck-heavy) Way too heavy as an instrument Teye’s solutions: The 12-string portion of the Teye-doubleneck, like Jan Akkerman’s doubly (made by Anno Galama in the mid-seventies) is set up to have the strings not an octave, but rather a fifth apart. This creates a rich soundscape not achieved by any other guitar (listen to the superb album ‘Eli’ by Kaz Lux and Jan Akkerman). So, you DO need one. By cleverly chambering the body, even chambering the headstock, and setting the necks slightly different, the Teye does NOT dive to the ground. Weight-wise, it is …about the same as the average Electric Gipsy single-neck guitar, by careful selecting the wood, chambering, and other weight-watcher-tricks." Working on the body [/IMG] Showing what it will look like with some necks. [/IMG] Setting in the real necks. [/IMG] Look at the great inlay work. Wait a minute....Is that a La Pearla on the right? [/IMG] Looks like it's going to be a flame top. I guarantee this won't be the last one he makes. [/IMG] Looks like it will have 3 pickups on the 6 string and only 2 pickups on the 12. I wonder how it will sound. If anything like my La India, it will be a home run. Bravo Teye!