2 years ago
Sunday, August 23, 2009
If only we lived in a country where old tea chests could be found in the garbage. In America, I'm guessing a genuine wooden tea chest — the big shipping crates, not the boxes they present the bags with in restaurants — could only be found in an antique shop, costing probably $800. If you did, you could make something with it, like a table or a unique storage piece. Or, as described in the video above, you could do what Paul McCartney might have done back when he was in a skiffle band: you could make a bass out of it. (If only Emmet Otter had thought of this ...)
Once you're done, here's two guys in their kitchen (pity the neighbors here) dishing out a Ramones song and showing how to really play the thing ...