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Arts and Crafts

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Guitar String Projects

Guitar strings come in different sizes and can easily be bought online. That is good to know if you are not a guitar player, but still would like to practice the hobby of making art with them.

Even when you are skilled in enticing sounds from this musical instrument, it may take a while before you accumulated enough broken strings to put towards a project. With a few keystrokes, the strings are on their way and that saves you time, effort, and gas.

Another thing you can easily find online is instructions on several projects. You may want to read through them, because they could help you achieve your goal a lot easier and quicker.

You don't have to limit yourself to just guitar strings. The strings from a violin, mandolin, banjo, and harp will do just as well and these are only a few on the extensive list of music producing devices that fall under the category of stringed instruments.

I am not really sure as to what equipment would all be needed for this art. I suspect a pair of pliers and probably a soldering gun would be in order.

You will find out what other tools are needed as you go along or when reading through the instructions of your chosen project. I sure would like to know what you came up with, so don't hesitate to share.

It would be music to my ears!

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