I once already posted my guitar collection here, but my collection has grown and I also took better pictures of old ones.
Plastic guitar project
I bought cheap broken Strato clone, and took it neck for my project. Smaller knobs are from old radios, bigger knob is from heater or something can't remember exactly. How many guitars you know which volume levels are measured in Celsius degrees?
Body is going to be 2 mm white plastic sheet as guitar's face and back and wood as sides. I want cheap Bigsby B5 clone to vibrato.
I post more about this as project processes.
I probably change bridge to B5 clone/TOM combination. Original bridge starts to be bit battered, because extremely thick strings.
It is class one laser product.
Ugly mess at body is glue from contact plastic. It used to have picture of dinosaur.
Note strap holder in neck. It is rubber foot of Pro Co's Rat.
Where jack socket used to be.
Another proof that creator of this thing was professional. Nut is pencil. Graphite nuts, aren't they good?
Note paperclip and grey wire coming from it, going under pickguard. It is grounding. Ensures hum free sound.
Strings are nailed to it with copper nails.
Humpcaster names does not come from sexy look of this guitar, but characters engraved backside of body. They are Eläkeläiset, Finnish Humppa/Oompah orchestra. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/fi/3/37/Pahvische.jpg
Rubber band held pickup in place. Foam and silver rope is for adjusting height of pickup.
Strato neck is for comparing. Bass is very small.
Self made Fender Champ 5F1 clone.
Nigel Tufnel is wimp, my amp goes up to twelve.
Damn nice building quality, there is nothing holding output transformer in place.
Speaker is from cheap Harley Benton. It's cone is torn. I accidentally placed chair on top of it. Chair leg punctured cone and squished dust cap. I'm reincarnation of Link Wray.