Instructables: exploring - video - play - music - featured http://www.instructables.com Fri, 31 Oct 2014 23:50:48 PDT BLOX v1.01 How to wrap headphones so they don't tangle http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-wrap-headphones-so-they-dont-tangle-1/ http://cdn.instructables.com/FFP/X2T8/HLR1TPZS/FFPX2T8HLR1TPZS.SQUARE2.jpg http://cdn.instructables.com/FFP/X2T8/HLR1TPZS/FFPX2T8HLR1TPZS.SQUARE.jpg http://cdn.instructables.com/FFP/X2T8/HLR1TPZS/FFPX2T8HLR1TPZS.SMALL.jpg ctx1985 Here is my entry on how to wrap headphones so they don't tangle. The handy thing about using one of these paper clips is that you can clip it onto your belt or pocket or whatever as well.
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How to make your own harmonica valves easily, cheaply, and effectively. http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-your-own-harmonica-valves-easily-chea/ http://cdn.instructables.com/FBD/IKE3/GXQPMMIE/FBDIKE3GXQPMMIE.SQUARE2.jpg http://cdn.instructables.com/FBD/IKE3/GXQPMMIE/FBDIKE3GXQPMMIE.SQUARE.jpg http://cdn.instructables.com/FBD/IKE3/GXQPMMIE/FBDIKE3GXQPMMIE.SMALL.jpg OneHarp In this tutorial video, I show you how to make your own harmonica valves at home from easily sourcable materials. I walk you through each step, from making the valves to attaching them to your harp. You need: Gaffers tape (very important to use real gaffers tape, and NOT duct tape. See link below f...
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How to Make an Electric Cigar Box Guitar for $25 http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-an-Electric-Cigar-Box-Guitar-for-25/ http://cdn.instructables.com/F71/LPMT/GNJD0S28/F71LPMTGNJD0S28.SQUARE2.jpg http://cdn.instructables.com/F71/LPMT/GNJD0S28/F71LPMTGNJD0S28.SQUARE.jpg http://cdn.instructables.com/F71/LPMT/GNJD0S28/F71LPMTGNJD0S28.SMALL.jpg NightHawkInLight Total build (not including glue dry time) took about 3 hours for this guitar. I did my best to use the most inexpensive parts possible. The only tools I use to carve the neck are a knife, hand saw, and a sharp hatchet. Green wood is the easiest to carve, but you risk it splitting as it dries. I use...
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