1/8 inch ply.
This is a Washburn Acoustic, directly from a photo, my friend had his pick on the guitar, so it made it to the final score.
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This also went through many revisions today. Just like the ukulele holder I made, the inside of the hoop should be painted with plastidip. It is holding up great.
Hey, that’s pretty neat—thanks!
What glue did you use? I admit even with some tab&slots, I’d be nervous with such relatively thin wood–I’d mount it to a backing board, or even use thicker wood for it, but even if not, I’d make the guitar bigger–it’ll be completely hidden by the head & neck when in use, & what a shame to hide the coolest part of it!
Hehe, it seems sturdy enough! I used a combination of crazy glue and wood glue. With the design the U shaped holder locks in place. I was thinking of seeing what it would look like with 1/2 acrylic 1/2 wood. Or 2 different colored acrylics. I will see how it holds up as my 5 year old wants to test it before giving it to the intended recipient.
Oh, that is a great test plan!!
Sounds like you have some great ideas with different acrylics & woods. Have fun–it’s a great item!
If it will hold a 5 year old, it will hold a guitar…
That is a great design!!! I really like that. Now I need to start playing the guitar.
If it is out then you will play it…
Well, I’d have to buy one first. LOL
Great design! Thanks for the share.
Nice! Might have to make one for my husband. Seems like several stands have the covering for the low prongs cracked. I agree, if they are out, they’ll be played.
Awesome! Take a photo if you make it