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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Tele-friend, Mar 3, 2021.
Oh my !! A BACONCASTER!!!
What's practicality or tradition got to do with it.
People get crazy ideas and then have to try it.
Some are interesting, some are actually cool and some are plum crazy
One of my favorite posts ever here on TDPRI was when someone referred to the 70’s Gibson Sonex guitars as having been made of “compressed beaver poo”!
I still laugh at that whenever I think about alternate material guitar bodies.
Thanks to whomever posted that. You’ve given me joy.
Hey, that is my friend's and sometimes bandmate. I have played that guitar and amazingly plays and sounds really good. You must be extremely careful with it. Is like a plant pot fragile
Trussart don’t use wood !
You missed the 'gumball in epoxy' guitar
Stewmac channel reviewed, and set up, an all ceramic body and necked guitar.
Nearly a decade ago the youtube 'tonewood' wars blew up and scorched so many youtube channels. Some of them still won't comment on tonewood.
Any time a thread brings up anything about wood selection and tone, I have to laugh. Look at your pickups and pots 'n caps selection and don't worry about the wood.
I’d like a guitar made of apple pie.
These guitars are built to make a video that will go viral. I'm not sure what the first one was, but after that video's success there was a definite band wagon effect so now you see all sorts of wacky guitar bodies.
Anyone have access to a walk-in freezer? We could make a guitar out of ice! Or how about a wood chipper? We could put a bunch of crappy guitars through it and make a guitar out of recycled guitars.
They’re closing in on that one.
The more I think about the colored pencil guitar body, the more horrified I become. Someone at Fender may see this and think it's a good idea. They offer a lot of crazy crap nowadays.
I knew a guy who owned an auto body shop. He was really into Bondo.
We called him Bondo Bob.
Made all kindsa stuff outa Bondo.
It's the same reason dogs lick their....
You wouldn’t have it long.
I’m actually cool with that. I think it’s pretty nifty.
This reminds me- I used to know a guy who had a bass he’d made out of a muffler. It was definitely interesting.
"Bruce! What are you doing with all of that vanilla ice cream on your fretboard?"
This actually gave me a really, really good idea for an old 80s plywood Squier body I have, with a swimming pool pickup route and an Floyd bridge route.
Your solo must have been a la modal.
Ever seen what happens to a chunk of salt like that on a hot humid day?
And...where I live...cows would be following you around trying to lick your guitar.
A true American guitar, I'm sure it would be tasty!