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String-based multi-instrumentalist and experimental luthier William Eaton first released this music in 1978 with a limited run of 1000 copies.
Each of the pieces was based upon on-the-spot improvisation, exploring the tonal capabilities of the various instrumental creations at his disposal. Eaton was a co-founder of the Roberto-Venn School Of Luthiery in Phoenix, Arizona, so consequently you can expect to hear some fairly bizarre timbres along the way.
In his pursuit of renewing the guitar's sonic palette, Eaton used instruments ranging from the conventional 6 and 12 string dreadnought acoustic to the criss-cross complexity of the 26 string Elesion Harmonium, which might sound like something akin to the pink, heartshaped monstrosity Steve Vai plays in that David Lee Roth video, but is instead responsible for some glorious, orchestrally-proportioned solo music.