The TK 9 String Hollow body guitar, was built in 1999. for guitarist Kenny Kidd.
This instrument probably ranks #1 on my list of most complicated custom instruments that I ever built.
The instrument was wired in stereo (later modified to MIDI), so that the Bass section runs to a separate output source, from the Guitar section.
Using finger-style or tapping techniques, the "dual output section" allows you to play clean Bass lines into one amp, while simultaneously playing overdriven (and now Midi) Guitar solos into another amp.
This gives the impression that the player is actually playing two instruments at once.
This instrument is no longer available.
Please see the Custom Shop for a full list of currently available options and standard features.