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  • TheInfamousClockmaker commented on Bjarke's instructable Chairleg Guitar2 months ago
    Chairleg Guitar

    Thank you very much it helped

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  • TheInfamousClockmaker commented on Bjarke's instructable Chairleg Guitar3 months ago
    Chairleg Guitar

    Could you please explain the tuners more clearly? THANK YOU! this is great man

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  • TheInfamousClockmaker commented on randofo's instructable Audio Cassette Loop5 months ago
    Audio Cassette Loop

    well then you could. now...

    you know, i know this guy and back in the 80s-90-s, he made like a millions of these. he stole and bought and whatevered millions of tape players, walkmans and stuff, and he removed the heads. on each loop he recorded a different tone (sneak to the church, every day 6-7 tones before they caught him, later he used this older guy's hammond) and he used his parent's upright piano (actually destroyed it!) and he made this tape-organ-like-instrument, and it worked great! (well, actually, not that great, because the motor speed went up & down, changing the pitch [not too much anyway;it was playable], and the difference between church organ on lower octaves and hammond on higher octaves can be clearly seen, and tape it wastes over time [you elder guys know what i'm talking about hahaha!])....

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    you know, i know this guy and back in the 80s-90-s, he made like a millions of these. he stole and bought and whatevered millions of tape players, walkmans and stuff, and he removed the heads. on each loop he recorded a different tone (sneak to the church, every day 6-7 tones before they caught him, later he used this older guy's hammond) and he used his parent's upright piano (actually destroyed it!) and he made this tape-organ-like-instrument, and it worked great! (well, actually, not that great, because the motor speed went up & down, changing the pitch [not too much anyway;it was playable], and the difference between church organ on lower octaves and hammond on higher octaves can be clearly seen, and tape it wastes over time [you elder guys know what i'm talking about hahaha!]). and this instrument is still alive today, although some of the tapes have snapped and all of them are wasted...Somebody around here should do this. Really.

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  • Simple Electric Guitar Pickups

    What I found out, it sounds stronger if you wind it on something iron/steel

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  • TheInfamousClockmaker commented on laminterious's instructable How to Make a Bass Pickup7 months ago
    How to Make a Bass Pickup

    Can I melt candles for potting?

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  • Organic Easy Homemade Popcorn

    and i put them in right-away (i like them a bit burnt)

    i don't know a different way to make pop-maize (ofcourse i don't use olive-oil)

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  • Make your own cellphone from scratch.

    Can I take a display fram a calculator??

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