There may be no peers to the Triad 10E. In addition to the exotic woods and top shelf electronics, what sets this guitar apart is the 10 strings. Contrary to traditional 12 string guitars, the 10 string set up is comprised of doubling the first, second, third and fourth strings. This provides a level of clarity, the option of better articulation and enhanced playing range all while retaining that thick and special 12-string type of tone.
10 string configuration. It includes doubled strings on the first, second, third and fourth strings. The E and B strings are tuned to the same pitch while the doubled G and D strings are tuned an octave apart, respectively.
With 10 strings instead of 12 the Triad 10 has a traditional head stock in size with fewer tuners, resulting in a more balanced guitar.