This will probably be one of the weirder first time posts. I coach a middle school science team, and this year there is a new event that challenges the kid to build a home made instrument that can…Continue
"There seem to be plenty of good suggestions for your team's project. Slightly off target might be some suggestions for how they explain their instruments. Notably, why frets or fret marks are where they are...
It's easy to pick up a…"
"You could also use a sharpie or paint pen to mark the frets, maybe the easiest? You can also glue nails, wire or even wood frets on it, just measure the height or the frets off your favorite guitar if you’re not sure? "
"That’s a great idea for a project. If you look around a little you should be able to find info on usin’ eye bolts for tuners, limitin’ the number of frets (like diatonic scale fretboard) and usin’ toothpicks instead of fret…"
This will probably be one of the weirder first time posts. I coach a middle school science team, and this year there is a new event that challenges the kid to build a home made instrument that can accurately play a scale, and a simple tune, then tests them over the physics of instruments. According to the rules the device may not contain any of the following "Electrical or electronic components, parts taken from or used in any toy or professional instrument. The only exception is…See More