Handmade Music Clubhouse

Cigar Box Guitar Headquarters - CBG HQ

  • Sydney
  • Australia

Buzzboxguitars's Friends

  • Dena Lee
  • Buckeye
  • Swandiman
  • railroadDon
  • Ted Crocker

buzzboxguitars's Discussions


Started this discussion. Last reply by LJ Sep 23, 2012. 3 Replies

Looking for feedback.I have been using the usual bolt for a nut on standard and baritone ukes. I found the first couple of notes were out - meaning, when the instrument is tuned up, the first couple…Continue


Buzz Box Guitars

Latest Activity

Ted Crocker commented on buzzboxguitars's photo
Mar 19
buzzboxguitars posted a photo
Mar 19
Ted Crocker commented on buzzboxguitars's blog post Biscuit tin
Aug 15, 2014
™ǝɹnsodxɯɐɔ left a comment for buzzboxguitars
Aug 15, 2014
buzzboxguitars posted a blog post
Aug 15, 2014
buzzboxguitars joined Ted Crocker's group
Jun 10, 2014
buzzboxguitars commented on Primitive Acoustics's photo
Jun 10, 2014
buzzboxguitars posted photos
May 24, 2014
buzzboxguitars posted photos
Apr 22, 2014
Wichita Sam commented on buzzboxguitars's photo
Apr 14, 2014
buzzboxguitars posted a photo
Apr 13, 2014
buzzboxguitars posted photos
Apr 13, 2014
buzzboxguitars posted a video

Clancy Of The Overflow

Mark Wilkes Singer of the Bush Songs of the verse of AB (Banjo) Paterson A yearning for a simpler life, a romanticism of the bush and a love of songwriting h...
Aug 29, 2013
buzzboxguitars posted a video

Buzz Box Tenor Ukulele

Bigger tenor ukulele. Warmer tone, big sound. Hand crafted by Mark Wilkes in Oatley, New South Wales. Available at www.buzzboxmusic.com.au
Aug 28, 2013
e guertin commented on buzzboxguitars's video
Aug 26, 2013
Clock The Wolf commented on buzzboxguitars's video
Aug 26, 2013

Profile Information

Welcome to the Clubhouse! How did you hear about us?
Searching around the net for CBG ideas.
What instruments are you building or playing?
Slide guitars.

buzzboxguitars's Photos

  • Add Photos
  • View All

buzzboxguitars's Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Comment Wall (7 comments)

You need to be a member of Handmade Music Clubhouse to add comments!

Join Handmade Music Clubhouse

At 11:39am on February 17, 2017, Ted Crocker said…

At 12:44pm on February 17, 2016, Ted Crocker said…

At 1:44am on February 17, 2015, Ted Crocker said…

At 12:29pm on August 15, 2014, ™ǝɹnsodxɯɐɔ said…

you mention of biscuit tin- cutting holes- use a hole saw on a drill or drill and jigsaw- or if you're lucky enough use a inch drill bit or even better a hole punch.

whatever method you use you'll want to make way for the obscure shape of the piece and the give and force applied to not also ruin the material - CAM

At 1:08am on February 17, 2014, Ted Crocker said…

At 1:52am on February 17, 2013, Ted Crocker said…

At 1:46am on June 22, 2012, Ted Crocker said…

Hi Mark, welcome to the Clubhouse!

The focus here is on all types of handmade instruments and music. There are lots of helpful builders and players here and lots of Groups to teach and learn. We welcome participation so don't be shy.

Have a look around, introduce yourself in My Name Is... and add yourself to the Member Map. There's an active Chat Room where you can ask questions, offer help or just talk about anything with some great folks.

Most of all Have Fun!

Buzzboxguitars's Blog

Biscuit tin

Posted on August 15, 2014 at 5:28am 1 Comment

Hi. I want to make a banjo CGG thing from a biscuit tin. I thought I could put 1 inch size holes around the side of the tin. Any ideas on how I could drill or cut them into the tin?


© 2017   Created by Ted Crocker.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service