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Guitar Shelving Unit
What you need:
Wood stain/ wood paint
Screw driver and nails
Firstly get yourself an old or cheap guitar. Mine was brought off eBay for £10.
Then you need to take the strings off the guitar.
After this you will need to deface your guitar. I used a jigsaw for this step and cut around the face of the guitar.
Now sand down the rough edges.
Next you need to sand down the guitar if you are going to be painting it. Using an electric sander makes this much easier but normal sand paper works too.
Now you need to measure the inside of the guitar for your shelving. You need to measure the length and depth.
Once you have these dimensions you need to mark up your wooden panel and cut to size.
Sand down the panels once you've cut to size.
This step is optional...
Painting/staining your shelves and guitar. I used wood staining paint mahogany colour.
Paint your guitar and shelves as much times as required following the paint instructions allowing time for each cost to dry.
Leave your guitar to fully dry over night
Secure your shelves into place with wood glue. Leave to dry.
Then screw a nail or two into the guitar and shelve to add more support.
Decorate however you want. I put pictures of my dads favourite albums, and added photo transfer blocks as decoration.
I added a few extra bits books and DVDs for the shelving unit