A double-necked guitjo is a guitar-like, fretted, stringed, musical instrument that has two necks attached to a single body, generally with 14 strings, seven on each neck. It is strung more like a banjo rather than a traditional guitar. The two necks can be played simultaneously, producing a sound that has elements of both guitar and harp.
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