House Music: Detroit’s Wallace Guitars

Househappy —  August 26, 2014 — 1 Comment

Spotted over at Make, these upcycled guitars are made from wood reclaimed from abandoned homes in Detroit.

Building on the city’s musical legacy, Wallace Detroit Guitars builds each instrument with high-quality hardware. (Prototypes were finished this summer, with sales beginning this fall.)

Turning tossed flooring into a gorgeous guitar? Music to our ears.

Photos: Wallace Detroit Guitars

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One response to House Music: Detroit’s Wallace Guitars

  1. 

    Love this!

    Emory // helloscarlettblog.com

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