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Check out this beautiful 3D-printed guitar by Scott Summit of Bespoke/3D Systems. The body is plastic with minor pieces printed in silver and stainless steel. It’s unique in that it may be the first 3D-printed acoustic guitar. If you’re into electric, you won’t want to miss Olaf Diegel‘s 3D-printed guitar bodies. Both are great examples of 3D-printed objects being better than their off-the-shelf counterparts. [Thanks, Sara!]

Adam Flaherty

Adam Flaherty

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  • http://www.bestacousticguitarstringsguide.com Matt @ Best Acoustic Guitar Strings

    That is absolutely awesome. It was only a matter of time before luthiers started playing with modern fabrication materials and technology. I wonder how it sounds?

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