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February 12, 2011 | Impossible nail-through-wood trick

Sometimes you just marvel at the ingenuity of a clever woodworker. We often have no idea how it is they accomplish what they do, bending and torturing wood into an unnatural form such as the sides of a mandolin or guitar. Once in a while these actions get truly bizarre, as in the following YouTube video.

Seeing the final result without knowing how it's done would perplex any good Boy Scout.

We're thinking this might be fun to incorporate in a mandolin headstock some way.

Dream on...

Posted by Ted at February 12, 2011 5:36 AM


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