Florida Man Turns His Uncle’s Skeleton Into a Guitar
He calls it a "Skelecaster." It's part Fender Telecast and part Human Skeleton.
A Florida musician who goes by the name Prince Midnight told The Huffington Post that his uncle died in a motorcycle accident in Greece in 1996 at the age of 28, and his skeleton was donated to a college.
Eventually, Prince Midnight had his uncle’s remains sent to Florida from Greece.
But he didn't want to buy a cemetery plot for his uncle. He decided that since his uncle had always been a metalhead, that he was going to turn his bones into a guitar.
Prince Midnight – whose Twitter Page states that he is the “Supreme ruler of the abyss” -- had to weld a metal bar to the spine to attach the guitar's neck to the skeleton. He also had to put an amp jack for the cord into Uncle Filip’s hip bone.
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