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Surprising And Unusual Things Shaped Like A Guitar

Monday, Aug 16, 2021, 10:56 am

1.Guitar-Shaped Forest

This Giant Guitar-Shaped Forest can be found in Argentina. It was created in the memory of a lost love. A heartbroken Argentinian farmer spent years cultivating the forest to pay homage to his late wife, who died in 1977. The guitar forest was created out of more than 7,000 living trees. The guitar forestis more than 2/3 of a mile long.

2.Guitar Urinal

This invention incorporates a game with relieving yourself. This is'Guitar Pee' and it allows users to play some jamming tunes by peeing on the 'strings.' The strings' have sensors in them, with each of them playing a different note through a connected speaker. These urinals can be found in bars in Brazil.This toilet is obviously not for women, unless you're a woman who likes to pee standing up.

3.Seasoned Cast Iron Guitar Skillet

This Seasoned Cast Iron Guitar Skillet looks huge, but it only holds about five ounces of food. This wouldn't be so bad, if the pan didn't require you to use more than one burner at a time, just so your food can cook evenly. The best thing about this nifty pan is the fact that it has a long handle, which can prevent carless skin and hand burns.

4.Guitar-Shaped House

This quaint little home can be found in Fayetteville, Georgia. Country singer Elvis Cardin loved music so much, that he designed his home to look like one. The home is a 3,800 square-foot Gibson guitar, that Cardin began designing after he saw it in a dream. Not only did the singer come up with the concept, but he also built the 110-foot-long house all by himself. He began building the home in 1971 and it took 16-years to construct.

5.Guitar Swimming Pool

With this swimming pool, you can play in a guitar, instead of playing on it. Swimming pools can be constructed into just about any shape, and that means guitars as well. The idea to create a guitar-shaped pool is very inventive. However, because of the guitar's shape, there really isn't much wiggle room in the fretboard area.

6.Guitar-Shaped Boat

Musician Josh Pyke devised the idea to have a guitar-shaped boat created for a music video. The unique boat was made by Australian guitar manufacturer Maton. The piece is a boat-size version of Maton's acoustic guitar. To honor the manufacturer, the boat was named the SS Maton. If a shark gets near this boat, anyone in it is done for.

7.Guitar Staircase

This staircase is perfect for music lovers. It's not the best looking thing in the world. In fact, it's pretty hideous. But on the bright side, it's a creative way to build a staircase. The guitar staircase was created by ingenious Indian Interior Designer Preetham Dsouza, this guitar is truly an original.


8.Guitar Toilet Seat

If you love guitars, then sitting on one may not seem odd to you. This is one of the many versions of the guitar toilet seat on the market. The guitar can't be played, but it looks pretty realistic. This toilet seat can be purchased from a Kentucky company called Jammin' Johns.


Move over Batmobile and make way for the Guitarmobile. This guitar-inspired vehicle is an eyesore. It measure 24-feet-long guitar and was developed by Hollywood custom car maker Jay Ohrberg. This vehicle isn't just for show. It's known as the Git-Tar, and was inspired by the music of 1950's musical legend Chuck Berry.


10.Guitar-Shaped Deck

This deck has these owners floating on music. This Guitar-Shaped deck can be found floating on top of a backyard pond in Illinois. A lovely married couple created this eye-catching deck so they could fish and entertain friends. The deck was modeled after one of the owner's six-string acoustic guitar.


This guitcyle was fashioned by California artist and biker Ray Nelson in 1981. The motorcycle was built on a 650 Yamaha frame. He has showcased the guitcycle in museums and vehicle shows across the country. In 1982, he was even given the 'Ripley's Believe it or Not' title of "the only guitar ever ridden coast to coast." Guitar-Shaped Forest


12.Guitar Coffin

This musician was serious about his craft. Musician John Graham was laid to rest in a 12-foot-long coffin. But it wasn't just any coffin, it was a coffin shaped like a Fender Stratocaster guitar. Graham played with British band The Ramrods in the 1960's. He died in 2012 and his wife decided to pay tribute to him by burying him in the instrument he loved most.


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