"Let's try this: here is a photo of my zither/aeolian harp, as described in my post this a.m.. BTW, you can use chalk on the zither pins to help keep them slipping. Powder chalk specifically for pins is available, I just used strait-line…"
"Stupid speech to text. I meant to say zitherr pins have never come loose in two years time. Scissor pens translates to zither pins. If I can figure out how to upload upload photos, I will do so. I'm a little bit technologically challenged here."
"I built a zither aeolian harp a couple of January ago. It's based the 2 x 4 lap steel model. I just kept both ends of the two by four lap steel and made a box around them. Then added 12 Zither strings bridge and nut. The string hitches are the…"
"I just finished a three-string guitar that uses zither pins instead of machine tuners. I don't see why you couldn't just use a regular screw with the hole drilled through it, because after all, is just that. A screw with a hole drilled…"
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Just started. When I took my first build to a music store and a musician plugged it in an amp and jammed on it and performed remarkable feats with it. The way the instrument evolves from the box it started with. Two CBGs: "Java" and "Acid"