What does she weigh in at?
Very nice, Sidivan. Now I know why it"s taking Alistair 4 months to complete an acoustic 12-string I ordered! [emoji1] I think it was thanks to you and your wife's Flow bass on the forum that I got introduced to Emerald. What great instruments, I own a Rainsong 6-string and thought a CF would make a great 12, can't wait to receive. Congrats on your new acquisition!
See... I really like Alumitones. Very nice. Would love to hear some clean and crunch tones (full and split).
How does it sit (from an ergonomic standpoint) on the right leg?
And, is it in the same relative position as sitting when standing? That's something I love about the Klein-inspired Forshage Orion.
I don't quite have the clean and crunch tones dialed in yet, but definitely will be done soon. I miscommunicated with Alistair on the wiring, so the coil tap isn't wired. Initially I had a tone knob that was a push/pull for coil tap, but I ixnay'd the knob and he thought I no longer wanted the tap. Not a big deal because I have a killswitch that I will likely re-wire as a coil tap as the wires are still there.
It sits well on both legs and maintains the position when I stand. It's really strange how your eyes can play tricks on your playing. I've had 2 people tell me "it's too small to play" or "my fingers are too wide for this guitar" because it feels tiny. However, the scale length is 26" - 25", so it's actually longer than the Les Paul one of those guys plays. The guitar itself is about the size of a guitar hero controller and almost as light!