|Project by TTF||posted 10-18-2015 04:39 AM||807 views||1 time favorited||3 comments|
Basically goofed-off in the shop today, and made a licence plate guitar.
The box is make of 35-year old cedar, salvaged from my old garage door. The musical tone is nice once I plane it down thin enough. The neck is some kind of tropical hardwood I bought from the mark-down rack at rocker. The center support is white oak – a piece of scrap.
I finished it with Watco walnut colored oil, and it needs to dry over night.
I’ll string it up tomorrow and see how it sounds.
Update: I added the finished guitar, picture 4. It actually sounds pretty good.
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