The Grand Stick

12-string 36"-scale fretboard tapping instrument

Greg Howard
playing a wenge Grand Stick
with Stickup™, linear inlays .

Our 12-string extended range stereo fretboard tapping instrument gives you more of what you like about the 10-string Stick. The fretboard is slightly wider and the strings are very slightly closer together making it comfortable for most Stick players. Each new instrument features our latest adjustable components for easy setup. A wide variety of ordering options allow you to customize your instrument with your choice of exotic hardwood laminates, tunings, string gauges, pickup configurations, MIDI, and even the inlay material.

Your basic order should include the instrument, a hard or soft case, a stereo cable and an instruction book for your tuning. For more information about Greg Howard's, Steve Adelson's and Emmett Chapman's books see instructional materials.

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head and

tailpiece and

SPECIFICATIONS for 12-String Grand Stick®, all tunings:
Dimensions: 46 1/4" (117.5cm) x 3 3/4" (9.5cm) x 1 3/4" (4.5cm)
Neck thickness 7/8" (2.2cm), scale length 36" (91.5cm)
String spacing .305" (7.62mm), Group spacing .400" (9.14mm)
Average weight 7.6 lbs (3.45kg)
(weight depends on wood and pickup)
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