Ktone Professional 6/12 String Electric Double Neck Guitar with Padded Gig Bag, Red
- 6/12 String Electric Double Neck Guitar with Padded Gig Bag, Red
- Maple Neck
- Rosewood Fretboard
- Steel String, 22 Fret
- Total Length: 41"
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Jimmy Page used one in 'The Song Remains The Same';
Admittedly, live Led Zeppelin has not been a directional influence in my life.
I have been looking at Epiphone EGDNCHNH3 Solid-Body Electric Guitar, Cherry and B.C. Rich Bich B612PWHC Bich Doubleneck 12-String Electric Guitar, Pearl White, both manufactures produce quality double neck guitars.
When I saw that K-Tone produced a $300 double neck, I cringed at the thought of what may show up at my door.
Two days later, I was holding a hefty and playable guitar in my hands.
The pickups are actually ok and the overall sound quality is very reasonable; I currently use a Dean BOCA 12 String Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar Trans Amber.
One modification that I want to make soon is to replace the 1/4 inch Tip Ring output jack with a 1/4 inch Tip Ring Sleeve (2 channel) output. This will allow me to process the output of each guitar individually.
I recommend this guitar as an affordable 6/12 string double neck guitar.
What's good:1) sounds ok. 2) nice looking guitar 3) nice playable action on the twelve string (For the 6 string, the strings are a little too high off the neck. I have not tried to make any adjustments on it yet.)
Expect a 2 star guitar when you buy it, and you will not be disappointed. I was not disappointed.
I forgot to add.... The original placement of the strap-nut, on the neck side, is in a "bad" position, making the necks, un-wieldly! I found, that by placing the nut, down by the 6-string neck, gives much better balance!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
paint was sprayed un evenly. this co. is a no name POS. When I plugged it in the cable pulled ot the female pt . It is heavy. Poorly made. You have to e a fool to purchase this. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Susan Como
It got to me the one neck was m not on right. Both truss rods had to be tightened and the two bottom nobs were brokenPublished 17 months ago by shawn