My French friend, Ludovic Fonteyraud (aka Delbarjo), has a passion for American blues, cigar box guitars, skeletons, and classic “rat” rods. I haven’t discovered anyone yet who can beat him at putting all four elements together. One of his latest music videos is a cover of the blues classic, Baby please don’t go, played on a 4-string cigar box guitar known as a lowebow. Lowebows normally consist of a neck made from two 1″ dowel rods and no frets. The top string is a bass string and is used for bass lines. The bottom 3 strings are used for the melody and rhythm.