Guitar Tuner Wallet

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Introduction: Guitar Tuner Wallet

About: I am a 15 year old Republican bassist from New Jersey who loves camping, but is not an environmentalist, and loves punk rock, but hates its Liberal leanings.

So...You're a musician, you say? You like to go out after a gig or practice? Well, here's a way to always have a few extra dollars safe when you're playing music, or just in general. BTW, this is my first instructable, so don't be harsh if I did a shoddy job.

Step 1: What You Will Need

1. A Korg Chromatic Tuner
2. Your Fingers
3. Two bills of any denomination - a paper bill is a paper bill, no matter the price, so you can put in two ones, two fives, or any other combination

Step 2: Opening Your Tuner

The tuner must be opened for this to work. This is real easy, so just follow the pictures.

Step 3: Money Folding

This step is also real easy - fold each bill in half twice. Important - Don't fold your bills together, stack them.

Step 4: Finished!

Now, just snap the back plate with your two bills onto the front half. Enjoy!

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    26 Discussions

    looks like we got a new 'ible in process! a dollar bill guitar tuner? i want to see!

    hey brother i followed ur instructables, and everything was good, and then HOLLY SH...uttle my house was robbed, 4 of my guitars along with 3 basses and my cello were stoled, and guess what, they left my pedalboard but the bloody sons of hell take with'em my bloody tuner along with 7000 pesos, wich is like 650 dollars, so i gotta buy everithing anyway good instructable

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    daelans
    daelans

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    that sucks man. well, if theyr taking the guitars theyr taking the tuner. mebe next time youll put it in something no one needs or uses, school textbooks maybe.

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    TRIPLEC
    TRIPLEC

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    um...isnt pesos spanish for a pound, which is a dollar? im hispanic so im around alot of people who speak spanish..i never bothered to ask what it meant tho...but pretty much, i think they took just 650 dollars..not 7000...

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    daelans
    daelans

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    pesos is money. pesos are mexican dollars. like canadian or german or something. they took 650 american dollars worth of pesos. so they tool pesos, but the amount of pesos is equal to 650 american dollars.

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    phant0m_sp00f3ra
    phant0m_sp00f3ra

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    no. Pesos is the currency in mexico. just like Dollars in USA and euro in Europe, and at that time it was about 12 pesos were a dollar, so if the took 7000 pesos the took about 650 dollars or something like that. pesos is another currency, not a transalation

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    TRIPLEC
    TRIPLEC

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    eh, you learn something new every day..

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    sugg22
    sugg22

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    that really sucks. i'm really sorry to hear that. the pesos might be my fault (sort of) but don't blame the rest on me. still sorry to hear that.

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    phant0m_sp00f3ra
    phant0m_sp00f3ra

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    I'm not Blaming u of nothing, i know that it was my fault, but how in the bloody hell should i had expected that they would had taken my tuner?, its not ur fault im just sharing my experience

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    Hatredman
    Hatredman

    11 years ago on Step 4

    Humm, great idea! Instead of money, you could put anything you'd like, including illegal stuff. Cool...

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    sugg22
    sugg22

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    i was wearing a tanktop. you can see it in some of the pictures.

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    TRIPLEC
    TRIPLEC

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    wow...like it matters if a person is wearing a shirt? not like you can see anything. just his arm.

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    sxe-monty
    sxe-monty

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    depending on the make and model of the tuner, I bet you could still get it to work

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    John Smith
    John Smith

    13 years ago on Introduction

    Nice pictures, and good grammar and spelling. 8 out of 10 for a first instructable.

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    Wasagi
    Wasagi

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah, I agree. Great Instuctable!!

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    sugg22
    sugg22

    12 years ago on Introduction

    why do i suck? what did i do to you? or what did i do wrong?