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This item sold on March 8, 2013.

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This is a fully functioning guitar, but it's beautiful enough to be a display piece.

This is the the first guitar I ever chopped and because of that it holds a very special place in my heart but I'm ready to let her go and want to see her make someone just as happy as she made me.

It's made from a Washburn WI series guitar. I rewired and cut the knobs down to just the necessary volume knob which is affixed with a valve control top, for a more steampunk appearance.

The Guitar itself would not fit into any cases I had, so I was forced to customize a case for it. It's a vintage case that I relined with brown crushed velvet(it seemed like the more Victorian color of the choices available at my local fabric store).

She is made to look steam powered, or at least steam inspired and all the tubing is very sturdy, so don't worry about playing her like you would any other guitar.

I've had some fun playing her, never live only in my home, but would like to see her go somewhere where she could be appreciated by more than just myself.

Shipping will be as posted anywhere in the continental United States, anywhere else, please notify me before sale is final, to determine shipping options. Anywhere overseas, the shipping can become cumbersome.

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Tristan - Steampunk Guitar


  • Materials: wood, copper pipe, copper tubing, brass fittings, steel plating, metalic paint
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 41 reviews
  • Favorited by: 155 people