Share 'CIGAR BOX VIOLIN by W.J. Sutherland, Science and Mechanics Magazine - 1949'
(by W. J. Sutherland, published in Science and Mechanics Magazine - 1949)
By W. J. SUTHERLAND
After you've smoked the cigars, you can make music with the box they came in. It's an easy job to make a cigar box violin, so let's begin. First remove lid from cigar box (B in Fig. 4). Cut out hole 2 1/4 inches in diameter with fret saw or pen knife. Then cut a piece of broom handle, quarter it and cut…
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