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03-07-2011 01:48 PM
Chris22
Re: Carbon Fiber Guitar? Good Idea?

For the record, no i am not even thinking about creating one. Only i saw a program regarding CF cello's and violin's and hence the idea popped into my head.
03-06-2011 07:17 AM
guitarnoize
Re: Carbon Fiber Guitar? Good Idea?

Peavey just bought the company Composite Acoustics http://www.caguitars.com/ they also used to make an electric called the blade.
03-06-2011 07:15 AM
guitarnoize
Re: Carbon Fiber Guitar? Good Idea?

Carbon Fiber acoustics actually sound really good from the demos I've seen, no reason an electric wouldn't sound good too and I've seen quite a few people who have made them they look cool.
03-05-2011 11:30 PM
LonePhantom
Re: Carbon Fiber Guitar? Good Idea?

Parker uses carbon fibre for some of their guitars.
03-05-2011 10:30 PM
linuxpenguin
Re: Carbon Fiber Guitar? Good Idea?

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Originally Posted by jim777 View Post
I SERIOUSLY doubt he's talking about acoustic guitars, and current Steinbergers are designed to sound like wooden instruments.

i hate to be a nay sayer... but NAY GOOD SIR!

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As the title suggests, a carbon fiber guitar. Would it even work? There are cello's made from it and so would an acoustic or electric be possible?

On the plus side it would be very light but would the sound be compromised (if it had any)

What do you guys think of the idea?
03-05-2011 10:01 PM
jim777
Re: Carbon Fiber Guitar? Good Idea?

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Originally Posted by linuxpenguin View Post
www.rainsong.com

www.blackbirdguitar.com

www.steinberger.com

www.xoxaudiotools.com/

www.ovation.com


www.google.com

if you are planning on doing this yourself... dont lol.
I SERIOUSLY doubt he's talking about acoustic guitars, and current Steinbergers are designed to sound like wooden instruments.
03-05-2011 08:12 PM
Orochimaru
Re: Carbon Fiber Guitar? Good Idea?

I don't like their sound at all.

It's unbearable for my ears.
03-05-2011 07:24 PM
linuxpenguin
Re: Carbon Fiber Guitar? Good Idea?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Chris22 View Post
As the title suggests, a carbon fiber guitar. Would it even work? There are cello's made from it and so would an acoustic or electric be possible?

On the plus side it would be very light but would the sound be compromised (if it had any)

What do you guys think of the idea?

www.rainsong.com

www.blackbirdguitar.com

www.steinberger.com

www.xoxaudiotools.com/

www.ovation.com


www.google.com

if you are planning on doing this yourself... dont lol.
03-05-2011 05:26 PM
Chris22
Carbon Fiber Guitar? Good Idea?

As the title suggests, a carbon fiber guitar. Would it even work? There are cello's made from it and so would an acoustic or electric be possible?

On the plus side it would be very light but would the sound be compromised (if it had any)

What do you guys think of the idea?

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