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Lego Guitar (7 pics)

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  • 23 Sep, 2010  |
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I wonder why it has no strings. But it seems like it's fully functional.

1 Lego Guitar (7 pics)


2 Lego Guitar (7 pics)


3 Lego Guitar (7 pics)


4 Lego Guitar (7 pics)


5 Lego Guitar (7 pics)



6 Lego Guitar (7 pics)


7 Lego Guitar (7 pics)


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№1 Author: yamaz (23 Sep 2010 10:55) Total user comments: 639


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"Fully functional" without strings? Are you drunk? :D

And with no circuitery whatsoever...
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№2 Author: galz (23 Sep 2010 15:03) Total user comments: 2043


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№3 Author: 2fuzzy (23 Sep 2010 15:35) Total user comments: 10400


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Actually it is fully functional.

"The guitar was playable, but had to be re-tuned after a few chops. The 'truss rod' he made for the back was not sturdy enough to handle the string tension for long which is why there are no strings in the pics."


You can see more about it here:

http://www.geekasaurus.com/cli

nt/gallery/legoguitar
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