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Sylvain Gerber Designed His Own Guitar: Blade

Sylvain Gerber designed a guitar that represents his personality. Not all people are into futuristic design, Blade Guitar is a concept guitar that blends modern and radical approach yet it still looks like a conventional music instrument in its presentation. “I wanted to make an object with harmonious lines with strong elements of design language […]



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