Zothecula writes: We've seen many guitars over the years that have veered well away from slight design variations on the ubiquitous Les Paul or Strat body shapes. It's probably fair to say, though, that none have ever looked quite as extraordinarily beautiful as Olaf Diegel's 3D-printed Scarab and Spider electric guitars. He explained that the featured models "have their core made out of solid nylon, or aluminum-filled nylon, but the latest (and I think final) design iteration has a core made out of wood, which allows us to better control the resonance and tone of the guitar." Link to Original Source
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