photo credit: vent workshop

[experimental] two position guitar

This experimental prototype was developed to test a number of new, ergonomic design concepts. The body shape allows the player to hold the guitar in the standard position or in a more upright fashion similar to the way a classical guitar is held but without the need for a footrest. The headless design with tuners located at the tail end allow for better weight distribution. Prototypes with a headstock have also been created. I am currently looking for a player to work with while developing this concept further. If this prototype interests you, please contact me.


maple and walnut neck, five piece laminated
walnut body wings
maple fretboard
unique slot inlayed fret markers viewable from the side and top
tung oil finish
25" scale length
headless, neck thru body design
gentle V neck profile
12" fretboard radius
1 11/16" wide at nut
24 medium jumbo frets
two way adjustable truss rod
chrome hardware
Steinberger gearless tuners
locking roller bridge
controls: volume/ tone (pull for coil tap)/ 3 way selector
weight: 6.2 lbs
price: contact