Tag Archives: Electric Guitar

Check Out John Oates’ Custom Light-emitting Fender Electric Guitar

Here’s a piece of news both petrol heads and guitar heads will want to hear about. John Oates, one half of Hall & Oates who have recently received a custom 1960 356 from Emory Motorsports, is setting up a “Cars of the Rock Stars” exhibit at the 2019 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. The exhibition, which will be held between March 9 and 10 at the Amelia Island Ritz Carlton Hotel, will feature Oates’s custom 1960 Emory Outlaw Porsche 356 Cabriolet alongside 200+ pre-1974 cars including famous cars owned by notable musicians with some of the guitars they played. Continue reading Check Out John Oates’ Custom Light-emitting Fender Electric Guitar

Built-in Speaker Lets You Play This Electric Guitar Whenever, Wherever

Whether you are a busker who love to show off your axe-shredding skill to random strangers, or a musician who have sudden outburst of inspiration in the oddest places, I think the GuitarmaDillo Self-amplified Electric Guitar by ElectroPhonic is the musical instrument of choice for you. I mean, seriously, why wouldn’t it be? Imagine an electric guitar with a built-in AMP-1 analog preamp and 18W power amp with effects that lets you play whenever, wherever, and a Carolina Poplar body protected by an armor-like coating that you will never have to babysit it. Continue reading Built-in Speaker Lets You Play This Electric Guitar Whenever, Wherever

Fender American Acoustasonic Telecaster: It’s An Electric Acoustic Telecaster! ’nuff Said

The glitz and glamor of a rock star is one thing, the hassle of switching guitars for acoustic and electric sound is another. I tell you what: keep the glitz and glamor, but skip the guitar switching with this: Fender American Acoustasonic Telecaster. Yes, it is an electric acoustic stringed axe, but this ain’t no ordinary electric acoustic. It is the perfect hybrid of an acoustic and Fender’s iconic Telecaster which is, in Fender’s own words, “an entirely new instrument that blurs the lines between acoustic and electric guitars.” Continue reading Fender American Acoustasonic Telecaster: It’s An Electric Acoustic Telecaster! ’nuff Said

Dude Created A Custom Electric Guitar With 1200 Colored Pencils

One-of-a-kind electric guitars are not new. We have seen some pretty impressive custom guitar bodies thus far. No. Flying V isn’t one-of-a-kind guitar, but cardboard, “molten lava,” and skateboard guitar bodies are, and so is this: 1200 colored pencils guitar body. Redditor (Rockmann1), Imgur user (flyjumper) and YouTuber Burls Art has built himself a Fender Stratocaster-style electric guitar that has a body crafted out of 1,200 Crayola Colored Pencils. Continue reading Dude Created A Custom Electric Guitar With 1200 Colored Pencils

Cardboard Fender Stratocaster Looks As Awesome As It Sounds

We have seen a myriad of stuff made out of cardboard, including a bicycle and even a car. So, it seems like nothing is impossible for cardboard, right? Well, for regular folks, cardboard will be cardboard and it has got to have some limits, but as far as Ernest Packaging is concerned, that statement holds true. If creating a snowboard, a skateboard and even a surfboard out of cardboard aren’t enough to prove the point that paper can create anything, perhaps, the company’s latest creation, a cardboard-based Fender Stratocaster guitar, would serve to reinforced the notion that paper can be made into anything if you have the expertise and willingness to try. Continue reading Cardboard Fender Stratocaster Looks As Awesome As It Sounds

Molten Lava Diabolical Guitar Has Glowing Lava That Look So Hot And Cool At The Same Time

Don’t be alarmed. The Molten Diabolic Guitar by Hutchinson Guitar Concepts you see here is not actually forged from real molten lava, so as hot as it looks, you will only look uber cool shredding it. Hell, you will look cool even without the need to do anything. However, if the town of Tristram beneath did have heavy metal bands, this would no doubt be the guitar of choice and it would probably be made from hell’s fire spewed out of Satan’s lair. Though, it probably won’t be based on a Ibanez Mahogany body guitar like the Molten Diabolic Guitar did. So, the sound should be pretty sweet. Though, it can’t be helped if Ibanez ain’t your cuppa. Continue reading Molten Lava Diabolical Guitar Has Glowing Lava That Look So Hot And Cool At The Same Time

Skateboard Deck Electric Guitar Will Make You Shred The Axe In An Unconventional Way

There are guitars and then there’s guitar that can’t be played in a traditional way, like this one cobbled up by NYC-based design firm Stereotank, called Lap Skate Guitar. While it may sounds like it is a skateboard that doubles as an electric axe, it is not. In fact, it wasn’t even upcycled from an old deck; it is built out of a blank skateboard deck, decked out with the requisite electric guitar components like a 1/4-inch output jack, tremolo, an electric guitar bridge, a lone guitar pick up, a volume knob, a lock nut, six tuning pegs and a set of six guitar strings. Continue reading Skateboard Deck Electric Guitar Will Make You Shred The Axe In An Unconventional Way

3D Printed Electric Guitar by ODD Guitars

with the advancement in 3D printing technology, a lot of things is set to change and among them is electric guitar. the 3D Printed Electric Guitar by ODD Guitars is a perfect example of such change. created by Olad Diegel, a Professor of Mechtronics at Masse University’s School of Engineering and Advanced technology in Auckland, New Zealand, the 3D Printed Electric Guitar is printed from nylon (nylon 12, to be specific) and put through a two-step dying process, to result in mind-blowing awesome, superbly intricate guitar bodies. though, it is noteworthy that what Prof did was just crafting out the body, while other essentials such as the pickups, neck and stuff, remains as stock parts. though the core is crafted from a choice of wood, specifically to fit the new found bodies. Continue reading 3D Printed Electric Guitar by ODD Guitars