5 Reasons Why You NEED A Baritone Guitar



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20 thoughts on “5 Reasons Why You NEED A Baritone Guitar

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  2. Wtf is this? Who makes a review and actually plays great music to demonstrate, let alone starts the video with this? Next time please a 17 minute intro and no playing to prevent confusion thanx.

  3. If it’s so great, (yet uncommon) why not provide a LOT more actual time playing it to show how it sounds? Odd.

  4. Just curious, have you tried winding the 6th string in reverse around the tuning post so that it breaks over the nut straight?

  5. Hello, I can relate to your comments about procrastinating the baritone guitar purchase, I haven't bit the bullet yet but I will soon! Probably in the fall. Thanks for the good video, all the best.

  6. LTD makes the M-7 HT Black Metal 7-string baritone guitar and that’s pretty cool for people not looking for a Floyd Rose but if you just want an extended range on top of the extended range.

    There’s also the Ernie Ball Music Man Silhouette 6-string Bass Guitar which is not even a bass or a guitar 100% but uses bass and guitar strings and/or baritone guitar strings. It’s sort of it’s own thing.

    I always find myself watching this video for the Danelectro though.

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