DEFINITELY the worst guitar ever!!!

i know its a big claim, but you know what its like, too much time on my hands, nothing on the TV, ebay is winking at you, so i had to have a look for REAL bad guitars and came up with this one, his claim is kind of interesting too 'PLEASE DO NOT EMAILS ABOUT THIS GUITAR,WE JUST DONT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT' so what do we think about this one?? anyone got anything close??

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=2384&item=7309722625&rd=1

frightening thing is, there are 3 bids on it, 8 days left, not you is it 1bassleft??



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No 1 is a based on the Roland 707 guitar synth controller. No 2 is a Kay Travel guitar (also known as the Austin Hatchett) and is actually quite a collectable piece. No 3 looks like a Burns Flyte with a backwards mounted body! No idea what No 4 is, but it's definitely an ugly one.

glw wrote:
No 1 is a based on the Roland 707 guitar synth controller. No 2 is a Kay Travel guitar (also known as the Austin Hatchett) and is actually quite a collectable piece. No 3 looks like a Burns Flyte with a backwards mounted body! No idea what No 4 is, but it's definitely an ugly one.

Hey.....not bad!!!!
No 3 is a Flyte mirage
No 4 a Burns Weill......ugly????You are talking about 1bassleft's favourite model!!! :D

Plenty of horrors from NAMM on this page: http://www.otheroom.com/namm/guitars.html

What is that stuffed stag doing to the other stuffed stag?

There is just something ultra lame about instrument crossovers. This one would make any owner a certified tool in the highest degree.

That Sax Guitar is quite funny.

I've seen jumbo frets but they must be 1/4 inch!
Still, it's amazing wahat you can do with MDF, all praise to 'Changing Rooms' (if you're in the UK!). I played with MDF dust for years before they banned it, so if I ever suddenly stop posting...

Strewth! I go away for a few days and some real eyeache appears; especially the NAMM oddities. Back to that Kay travel guitar, a student friend had one, started taking it to bits, then left it at my house. Two years later, I sold the house so I dumped any junk lying around (the Kay qualified in my book). About a year after that, the guy tracks me down and wants to know "what happened to the guitar I left with you for safe keeping"

He looked a bit PO'd when I told him. OK, have a click on this Fleeb auction. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Short-t-scale-30-5-fretless-bass-neck-glued-into-body_W0QQitemZ120083170018QQihZ002QQcategoryZ4713QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

The pics are pretty crummy, but you get to see what an unworkable pile of firewood is offered for sale here. :lol:

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