In this incredibly historic video, Jones describes his experimental process to design the first solid-body electric guitar.
He used the iron of ear pieces and coils a from a radio to make a pickup.
At DIYInstruments.com, we delight in seeing how instruments are built. Nick has provided several pictures of what appears to be an earlier Smomid. It’s clear what the priorities of the instrument were and what he decided he needed more of!
Are you making a song in your studio and want a little something different? Maybe an interlude with an uncommon, but harmonious sound? Here’s a musical how-to video from RimStar that will show you how without spending a dime!
Another thing special about RimStar’s video is that he gives a mini physics lesson alongside the how-to!
They are cheap enough that you can make several, one for each song, or even one for the verse and one for the chorus.
Next time you go out to eat, steal a few extra straws from the restaurant and try this out.
Music-instrument-making robots churning out guitar bodies and carving necks in groups of ten at a time…
This makes me think about the differences between human construction and machines. Obviously, the machines are much faster, but what are the trade offs?
What is the difference between DIY Instruments and Homebrew Instruments?
However! I have found that searching the Internet, there are some huge differences!