Guitar Neck Bottle Opener
- This bottle opener is crafted from the neck & fretboard sections of retired acoustic and electric guitars.
- Necks were often made of hardwoods like maple or mahogany and fretboards are often rosewood. Colors may vary.
- Shape & number of frets/inlays may vary slightly from image. Quality nickel-plated hardware. Measures 6-1/2".
- Each bottle opener comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and is presented in a green flannel embroidered pouch.
What happens to the headstock of the guitar neck?
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Musical intstruments fill our homes and concert halls with energy and life. Pianos date back to Italy of the early 1700's with the Grand Piano introduced in the 1770's. Later came smaller uprights and by 1880 today's "88 keys" became the standard. Guitars go back even further, all the way to the 1200's. This collection is for those who make music and appreciate it.