The self-taught Belgian amateur cabinetmaker from tchiksguitarswho previously made a guitar from a beautiful Sapele wooden shelf, turned to Scandinavian furniture giant IKEA for the materials for its next musical build. Not only did he use DIY bookshelves, but also a chair, cutting board, and crib to craft a minimalist hollowbody electric guitar that features wooden knobs and a beautiful treble clef design. floor.
I think that sounds good for a guitar made up of shelves, a chair and a cot.
He calls it his “Ultimate IKEA Hack”. And the specific name of the guitar is Vecnå.
The guitar started out as a joke. I remember going upstairs and saying to my wife “I’m going to make a guitar out of Zoé’s old bed”. She looked up at the ceiling and asked me “why”. So I immediately thought “This is the way”. …Why Vecna you ask me? Well why not. I think it fits for some reason.
Here are the materials used for construction.
Handle: STUVA cot
Body: HENRIKSDAL chair, LACK shelf
Fingerboard: MÅLERÅS photo ledge
Buttons: APTILIG cutting board
Outlet Plate Jack: LILANGEN Door Handle
Strap buttons: KALLAX insert button
24 frets – Micro Lace Alumitone – Push/push split coil (lights up LED when engaged)
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