Have you ever looked at a guitar and thought, “It’s got too much wood!” Well, someone out there did, and the result is this thing. This guitar is reminiscent of the legendary headless Gibson SG with a rotten headless Steinberger touch !

It’s obviously a DIY guitar that looks like someone took a superstrat body, cut it into a shape vaguely resembling a Steinberger, and then decided to graft the headstock behind the bridge. It’s like they were trying to make it as unplayable as possible. Tuning the three higher strings require the smallest fingers ever ! That must be a real challenge to tune the thing!

And the design? Well, it’s black, so at least they got that right. But it really does look like an oar. Maybe they were trying to appeal to the nautical crowd? Actually, Based on the general look of it, I wouldn’t be surprised if it was made of driftwood they found on the beach.

Whoever created this guitar clearly had a vision, even if that vision was completely nonsensical. It’s like they said, “Hey, I want a guitar that looks like a paddle and sounds like a broken kazoo.”

I’d say that this guitar is a reminder that just because you can make something, doesn’t mean you should. Or maybe you should, and we will be happy to feature it here.

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