#1
You know that rockstar guy from Hersheys While Gold commercials?

After seeeing one of his commercials, I wondered if it was possible to have a hollow-body electric guitar made of clear glass, thats filled up with milk.

I know its a very dumb question, just wondering..
Last edited by kenvy at Nov 21, 2009,
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Quote by kenvy
You know that rockstar guy from Hersheys While Gold commercials?

After seeeing on of his commercials, I wondered if it was possible to have a hollow-body electric guitar thats filled up with milk.

I know its a very dumb question, just wondering..



why wuldnt it be possible? just have to make sure all the electronics of the guitar are sealed so milk cant get to it.
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#4
Can't see why not but as you are fillling a clear glass hollow body with milk it would most probably not sound great but apart from that the neck would be bolt on and carerfully placed so it doesn't soak up milk
#5
Kirk Hammet has a telecaster shaped guitar with blue stuff in it.
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#6
Instead of milk fill it with the same liquid they fill kids doll bottles with! That stuff lasts forever and if you think about it, it's pretty much the same idea.


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#7
unless your white gold, it wont fly mate.
but possible.
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#9
Would smell terrible,
dyed water is the way to go.

It's gonna sound tinny and have muddy bass response, but a definately a cool project guitar!
I love white guitars!