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I have sold many of these delightful instruments to young and old alike. Some purchase a Rhythm Stick as the first step to learning to play a stringed instrument and others primarily for display as they truly are very beautiful. The sound produced is sometimes described as a cross between a banjo and mandolin. You will be surprised at the abundance and quality of the sound that eminates from these little gems. I personally use a Rhythm Stick for composing. They are tuned to open G format.

Frets (the metal strips on the fret board) have been installed in such a way which allows a novice to be able to start making music right from the get go with minimal effort. No matter where a person places a finger it sounds OK.

I install quality tuners into the head board, set to 15 degrees (just like most guitars).

I also include a nice booklet which includes a number of basic tunes, chord diagrams, tuning info, etc.

For the money, I truly believe my Rhythm Stick is the best value available for appearance, quality and tone.

The stick shown is made of padouk for the body and neck, maple for the back and a luxurious ebony for the fret board.

Reserved for Sally K. Two rhythm sticks.