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I was considering the I-beam angle, if you'll pardon the pun... something like a bunch of vertical corrugated flanges could interlock the neck to the fingerboard... It would be nice to minimize the non-printed parts.
Yeah, even a piece of aluminum rod added as you describe would probably be more than sufficient to compensate for string tension.
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There's a hole for a 1/4" jack in the side, and you can glue a piezo element to the backside of the front plate (under the bridge) for amplified or processed banjitar madness.
You can try different strings, I used the D, G, and B steel strings from a set of electric guitar 10's I had lying around, but you may want to try nylon or other types of strings.
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