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Old 21st April 2004, 04:28 PM   #1
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Default Anyone else build a pair of Shakti Hallographs?

I have to admit these are baffling. Any idea why they work the way they do?
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Old 21st April 2004, 04:39 PM   #2
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Those squiggly wood pieces are called "snakes."

The black metal rods in front of them are hollow and hold the oil.
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The answer may be found in this thread.

Why do people listen to people from the industry??

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I was looking for responses from people who had heard them.
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Talking Music-Rest

Hi, That would make a nice music-rest.
Do they make sound???
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I was looking for responses from people who had heard them.

In that case you will have to wait a while....

Maybe they only work if bought together with the 400$ wooden knob??

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Hi, That would make a nice music-rest.
Do they make sound???
They actually focus the sound quite a bit. It is a remarkable effect.
I have not heard the commercial version.
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You also didnt claim a change of sound from these thingies

They dont seem sturdy enough to support a bunch of CD's, but maybe if we.......


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