Have you strummed your last tune on that old acoustic guitar? Have the strings snapped and you are left wondering if you can replace them yourself without even knowing the Basics of Guitar Strings? Whatever the reason you have stopped playing it for you might want to turn it into one of these ten amazing things…
Ten Amazing Things to Can Make and Do With Old Guitars
You don’t have to leave it sitting on the floor, you can hang this guitar shelving on the wall and it will look just as nice. Sure, you can’t get a lot in it, but it looks nice.
While it is probably a little bit of a fire-hazard turning an old guitar into a lamp is not as hard as you might think! Its just getting the wiring right that will be the hard bit.
There was always going to be someone who turned their guitar into a plant holder, but to be fair whoever did this one has done a pretty good job.
While it only uses the neck of the guitar you could always use the rest of it to make one of the other ideas! Besides, we all need somewhere to hang our coats!
With a few spare piano keys and an old acoustic guitar, you too could end up with a coffee table that looks like this! Sure, it’s not that simple to make, but its worth the effort.
While these guitar stools are made with new parts you could always make something very similar to an old guitar as well. They look impressive that is for sure.
If you have enough time to make one of these guitar clocks you have too much time on your hands (just kidding). But make one anyway and you will have time on their wall as well!
If you fancy making a very unusual dolls house making one out of an old guitar is right up there with the strangest of them. But yet…it still looks pretty impressive.
If you once lived for the music, why not let a bird live inside of it! Not only does it look cool, but there also isn’t a whole lot of work needed to make it. You just need a cool bird feeder to go with it!
Every time the door opens you get a nice strum of the guitar strings as a welcoming chime to enter. This would be perfect for a music room or maybe in a music shop to let the staff know the next customer has just walked in.