Now this project is EPIC. Two years ago, we built Black Rifle Coffee Company their conference table, and I told them that I would have a surprise for Mat Best. Maybe it took two years, but we FINALLY did it! After an insane year, we did it. It was one of the most challenging projects we’ve ever tackled, but it was well worth it. Check out how we could build a guitar from bullets and epoxy by watching the full video.
The biggest issue with this project was that I’ve never built a guitar. So before I could even start with the build, I bought a guitar to figure out how to emulate it. I used the guitar’s body to cast a casting to then make a mold — are you confused yet? We took apart the guitar, taped off some pieces of it, and then used aluminum flashing to build a little dam for our silicon mold. After that miraculously working out, we added the bullets and epoxy into the mold.
For the neck of the guitar, Sam and Jordan wanted to make it a little more custom than any plain old guitar neck. While they were ruining irreplaceable parts, I started to design a case for this sick guitar build. Find out if Mat Best thinks this is the BEST gift he ever received by checking out the entire video.
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