Category Archives: Environmentalism
iFixit.com has posted their “Repair Manifesto” and it just so happens to be everything that I believe in. Why waste by throwing things out when it could just be fixed? I repair everything I can from electronics, cars, plumbing, lawn … Continue reading
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New Made in USA vs Used
I’ve been thinking a lot about this subject in regard to guitars. Does it make sense to purchase a brand new Made in USA guitar, thus supporting US manufacturing, or a used guitar. There are benefits to both. Let me … Continue reading
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New guitar strap and new guitar stand
I’ve been on the look-out for a new strap for my tele. Well, I’ve found one. It’s made here in the USA and it’s made from old car seatbelts. Thank you Couch for making such a killer strap. It was … Continue reading
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I made a wooden guitar stand!
After not finding what I wanted in my local area (a guitar stand made of sustainable materials, made in the USA), I decided to build one myself. I used 1″x 3″ pine boards and maple dowels along with some elmers … Continue reading
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What will they think of next?
A cardboard printer, that’s what. Now…they say it is more “green”, which I suppose the plastic displaced by the cardboard is. But what about all the printing machinery inside? PCBs, plastic gears, trays, etc all come to mind. It’s interesting … Continue reading
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