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Here's How To Make Metal On A Sixteen-String Theorbo

It mostly works.

Rob Scallon is back with another metal challenge, and that's making metal with a theorbo. For those unfamiliar, the theorbo is essentially a lute with a second extended range neck that holds the low-tuned drone strings. So you already know where this is going. To be fair though, the theorbo does sound pretty cool, but man are those low strings muddy as hell.

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