Guitars provide inspiration for a lot of things in life but there are some people who take that to an extreme level. Occasionally, a guitar is not really a guitar. Sometimes it is a boat or a coffin or even a man-made forest. Some of these guitar-shaped things are mass-produced. Some are the sole purpose of pleasing a passionate guitarist.
Take a look at these guitar-shaped things below.
If you thought that only cars and bikes can help you travel to a music style, you should think again! The lovers of the sea should look no further for inspiration than the Australian singer-songwriter Josh Pyke.
Australian singer Josh Pyke commissioned this guitar-shaped boat to be built. He later sold it for charity.
This custom piece of home design created by Preetham Dsouza makes interesting use of point of view.
This staircase is perfect for music lovers. 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.
This guitar-shaped motorcycle was nicknamed the “Guitcycle” by designer Ray Nelson, This guitcyle was fashioned by California artist and biker Ray Nelson in 1981. e. He has showcased the guitcycle in museums and vehicle shows across the country. In 1982,
It was built on the frame of a 650 Yamaha. It runs just like any other motorcycle.
This is a beautiful attempted to build a guitar-shaped multi-purpose building. The Seminole Hard Rock & Casino’s audacious, $1.5 billion expansion is commanding the attention of commuters on highways, passengers aboard planes.
This guitar-shaped hotel soars 450 feet into the sky, an extravagant glass structure that no one can miss.