Experimental Guitar – Source

This very strange experimental acoustic guitar is the work of highly acclaimed luthier William Laskin.

Still, I couldn’t help but see a vague resemblance to a minion character. It’s like they took a minion, and put some strings on it. And voilà !

But, I’m pretty sure it doesn’t sound as annoying as a minion. Which is too bad in a way, because you couldn’t get more experimental than a minion-sounding classical guitar, right ?

This not-so classical guitar is made of East Indian rosewood, German spruce, ebony, and curly maple. It was buit in 1988.

You can find out more about William “Grit” Laskin in this 2009 Premier Guitar interview.

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