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  1. THE NECK AND BODY WOULD NEVER HOLD UP TO THE 600 LBS OF PRESSURE THE STRINGS PUT ON THE BODY AND NECK BUT IT SURE LOOKS COOL

  2. Even if you could reinforce it enough to meet the demand of the strings, you would still need a real fretboard. Either way that’s no big deal because it’s still one of the most badass Lego creations ever.

  3. K, so technically you could superglue the whole damn thing, and wire it all to work fine, and set it up to support the pressure of the strings AND get a functioning fretboard on there, would anybody feel right playing it if they didn’t go the extra distance to make a lego amp? I think that has to come next. And a lego cord… somehow…

  4. from my own personal experience playing guitars, a fretles guitar will always be cool. just ask Rick Nielson of Cheap Trick.
    sweet guitar, great idea, would play in concert. would sound awesome with a delay, flanger, phaser, and chorus. imagine the possibilities of sounds! the P-90 pickup is a great idea.

  5. Holy Crap, how much does it cost? where could you buy it? i’d also end up taking it apart then putting it back together again!!! i want one sooo bad!!!

  6. This is awesome. It is a lego of my favorite guitar. You should plug it in and put strings on it. Totally awesome!

  7. hmmm its fretless swish

    i wonder if u could put a trussrod in it so the neck wouldnt snap, wouldnt get much bend out of it though

  8. awesome guitar!
    too bad it wont handle string tension πŸ™
    but still, this is so cool!

    i can see it now, someone smashing it after a show…and then sitting there putting it back together xD

  9. Dude that is AWSOME!!!! That has to be hands down the coolest thing i’ve seen anyone do with legos or blocks or whatever… it’s cool

  10. it wouldent hold the strings as its got no mashine heads and if it did it would be oh so fragiel but yes its still pretty cool

  11. dude do you honistly think it would play acoustickly or would need some sort of lego amp or somthing

  12. I guess that would be a set neck fretless guitar. There are epoxy glues one could use to handle the extra tension of the strings. The fingerboard would definitely be straight and flat.
    This thing could actually work well with a seriously detuned setup, but I doubt it’ll be comfortable.

  13. You should make a video of someone playing Hells Bells – AC/DC on YouTube then link to it, that would be badass. Plus, I have that Model of a Guitar – Ebony Gibson SG Special – Great Guitar.

  14. That guitar is cool but I know of one, no two, much cooler Lego guitars. A six string and a bass.

    Both play and keep tune. Have wood necks, set or through. These things are way more finished looking with no spray paint.

    Please check the vids on youtube and rate them is you have a minute.

    I will try to post pics but doubt it will work.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmAza9nCHXM
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P38IXZkhL1A

    Cannot get pics to work. Take my word for it, they are worth a minute to look at.

  15. you could just make it out of wood and then have a top layer of lego. would look the same and be perfectly able to resist string tension. also, if you add taller fret bars to the wood then you could lego in between and have a working fret bar. what about accoustic?

  16. No way man that’s sick!!!
    but death ( that’s a nerdy name) has a point it you could use it but still sick as hell man!!!

  17. if this could work and eric clapton played it he would rip his hand up on the high pitched notes from the cutaway. plus the neck is too short so someone would have to make it longer, but even with glue i dont think some plastic legos are gonna hold up to the pressure of the strings.

  18. awesome..can we really play with this type of guitar?..never seen one..i hope that i have this in my collection so i can brag to my friend..:)

    i hope it won’t break…

  19. “THE NECK AND BODY WOULD NEVER HOLD UP TO THE 600 LBS OF PRESSURE THE STRINGS PUT ON THE BODY AND NECK BUT IT SURE LOOKS COOL” quoted from:dEATH
    5 October 2008 at 9:27 pm

    In Response the guitar may be able to withstand the force if the peices were superglued or gorilla glued in place

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