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Adding technics to CDLCs

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Offline   MaZtoR

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So. Do anyone know if it its possible to this technic to a cldc=  :P

 



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Offline   andrake

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Wow, this opens a whole new genre of techniques.  We can have plastic spoons or silver spoons.  Why we could even have a spork slide techinque.  Why stop there?  You could fork your guitar.  Years from now you can go to  your friends and say "look at this new ladle technique I just learned!"

 

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After a quick google search, I see someone is already toying around with the ladle idea:

https://jonctrask.fi...09/dsc_0167.jpg