That’s not the first noodles guitar to be featured here, but this one is next level ! You know what they say, if you wanna do something wrong, do it right ! Luthier Artem Mayer of Copper Guitar, and creator of this Noodles Stratocaster did it so right.
I mean, why use expensive exotic woods when you can use 36 packs of instant noodles and some resin? It’s like a college student’s dream come true, and it’s even better than the air guitar you used to play in your dorm room.
And let’s talk about the craftsmanship here. Mayer didn’t just throw some noodles and resin together and call it a guitar. No, he carefully carved out the ergonomic body design and skillfully attached the decorated maple neck, making this a true work of art.
Sure, it may not sound as good as a Gibson, but who needs sound when you can have a delicious looking instrument? But don’t just take my word for it, check out Mayer’s Copperguitars Instagram page for the “promotion photos” and watch the videos. It’s like watching a master chef cook up a masterpiece, except instead of food, it’s a guitar.
I have to give Mayer credit for his creativity and willingness to think outside the box. Who knows, maybe we’ll start seeing other food-based guitars in the future. The Sushi Strat? The Tofu Telecaster? The possibilities are endless.
So, let’s raise a fork…I mean, a pick…to the Ramen Stratocaster, the guitar that proves you can make music out of anything, even your favorite college snack.