If you want to make your own guitar instrument from scratch, here’s how.
Free sheet music and instrument templates can be found at http://www.guitarpart.com/guitarist.htm.
Here are a few ideas you might want to try out:1.
Pick up an old guitar, like a Les Paul or Gibson.
Make a makeshift fretboard by cutting out a few holes in your guitar, such as the middle hole, and cutting a few strips of wood to fit.
Find an old electric guitar that you can work on, such an electric Gretsch G-10 or Stratocaster.
Make your own bridge.
Make yourself a tremolo pedal.
Try making a vintage bass.
Make your own tuning fork, or make one from a guitar neck.
Build your own drum kit, such a snare drum, kick drum, or a snarling harp.
Build an acoustic guitar using vintage or modern parts.
Build a custom acoustic guitar with your own kit or build one yourself.
Make an acoustic slide guitar using a kit.
Make and play an electric bass.
Make something cool out of a vintage electric guitar, from a vintage pickup, a vintage neck, and vintage strings.
Build and play your own vintage synthesizer.
Build some funky electronics or synthesizers.
Make some new-school electronics using vintage electronics.
Build electronics out of vintage electronics or components from your home.
Build vintage audio gear, from vintage turntables to vintage speakers.
Build the sounds of a modern acoustic guitar.
Learn how to make guitar effects.
Get your hands dirty and build a few guitars and instruments.
Build your own acoustic piano.
The most fun part about learning to make music is being able to play a new instrument every day.
Do something creative with your home electronics.
Build something out of old electronics.