Archive for the ‘Bohlen-Pierce’ Category
16 Psyche – a short improvisation on solo Bohlen-Pierce guitar
Photo by Chris Vaisvil
A Day Removed is a piece for rock ensemble – three tracks of Bholen-Pierce Electric Guitar and Drums.
The Complex Plane is a two track Bohlen-Pierce guitar rehearsed (and therefore directed) improvisation with backing drums. Click on the graphic above to see the guitar and information on this tuning.
Newly Fretted and Placed BP fingerboard from Matthew Dolmage who cut and slotted the board, I fretted it.
The Bohlen-Pierce Epiphone Roadie Guitar is a short improvisation on my newly made BP guitar. I tuned the open strings to frets on the guitar (like you would a 12 equal guitar) but at different frets as an adjustment to what I tuned by ear. The Epiphone Roadie (which had a bad low E intonation) was a $30 used half-scale guitar from Guitar Center which has now fulfilled its microtonal destiny.