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Hello, just wanted to share this for people that are interested on making something like this themselves for fun. It is a "gadget" that the luthier of my first (and only) handmade classical guitar I bought 20 years ago, gave as a present with the guitar I bought from his workshop. I do not use it much and there are others that even have frets (I have seen some years ago at strings by mail and other places I think), but this one is very simple and handy if you need a quick warm-up on the go or while waiting (for e.g. your son to come out of school )

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