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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by scout2112, Jan 7, 2019.
Ritchie Blackmore signature strat.
Out of sight for real
Pencils are made of cedar, which is a tonewood. It's kinda soft for a solidbody, but it's the most common wood for acoustic tops after spruce. There's also this one made from matchsticks- body, neck, fretboard, and even the pickguard, knobs, pickup covers and jackplate are made from matches.
I really don’t see the point...
Come on baby light my fire~
I've seen guitars made out of Legos too. Guess they glued them them together otherwise I don't see how they would stay together.
The colored pencil body is cool but seems like a whole lot of work. At least he knew how to do it. And it is unique.
For a second I read ‘colored penises’
So that's basically a slab of very weak end grain, probably a good fist pound could crack it in half along the pencil grain. But otherwise really cool.
pre-CBS Pencils had better Tone AND Color.
I'm ok with it.
Anyone make a tele out of axe handles yet?
I like it. A heck of a lot of work, though.
That is really beautiful.
Amazing!! That's so cool!
But what tonewoods are the pencils made from????
I bet it sounds sharp.
If you rub it, it turns into a bass.
I just have one question?
Were those pencils responsibly sourced?