The Miracle Guitar has perfectly aligned machine heads
The next time you tune up your electric guitar, what do you think the probability is that all six tuners will end up in a straight line precisely parallel to the headstock? One chance in 34,012,224,000,000 according to Michael Fenemore, the man who claims his Fender Telecaster could be that one.
"I recently restrung this Fender Telecaster and did a complete setup including setting the intonation" Fenemore says on his website.
After approximately a month of playing, stretching the strings and retuning, he says the tuners on the Fender Highway One Telecaster finally came to rest perfectly aligned with the headstock.
The Miracle Guitar's perfectly aligned machine heads could be bigger than Jesus on a taco.
"If you were to begin tuning guitars at the rate of one every 30 seconds, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, it would take you well over 32 million years to reach 34,012,224,000,000. At some point in the process, the tuners might line up once."
Fenemore provides photo evidence using the Intellitouch guitar tuner from OnBoard Research Corporation. Some examples are provided below:
The Miracle Guitar tuned in B and D
He also includes a video of the guitar in action:
Fenemore says "I solemnly affirm — with God as my witness — that I did not make any alterations to the guitar that could have allowed me to predict or control the tuner arrangement."
The one and only Miracle Guitar is for sale at a price of $10,000USD.
Visit the Miracle Guitar website at http://www.miracleguitar.com/
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