Posted by Craig Borlase on 2 March 2015

Custom fit in ear monitors? Don’t shell out the $£$, but try this instead. (And by the way, if you’ve not heard of Sugru before, you’re going to love it).

According to this dude, ‘having your guitar cable cut out on you in the middle of a solo is one of the worst things imaginable.’ I guess we should be happy that life’s been so gentle on him, but either way, he’s got some great advice for making your own instrument cable.

We like Steve. He makes projects accessible. Ish. Check out his advice on how to make a guitar stand.

Genius. That is all.

Now this is genius... the ultimate capo back-up system...

If you’re feeling ambitious, how about making your own electronic drum pads?

And lastly, here’s how to solve the problem of slippery plectrums, as directed by Borat.

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