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EP-G50-5GlassCast 50 Clear Epoxy Casting Resin - 5kg£83.95 /kit

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Syrtis (Bengal) Wood and Resin Guitar

Master luthier, Mike from Stone Wolf Guitars created 'The Syrtis'. It is the first of Stone Wolf's models to incorporate a “resin channel” body structure, offering more customisation and a unique aesthetic. The wing sections are all attached to the central section via channels of resin. These channels can be placed in any orientation or pattern. This allows the use of very small or awkwardly shaped pieces of wood, greatly increasing the choice of material for a build.

Mike used Swamp Ash and Maple along with clear GlassCast 50 to create this incredible design - thanks for sharing Mike, it's amazing!

ABOUT STONE WOLF GUITARS

Stone Wolf Guitars

Mike has been building guitars under the brand Stone Wolf Guitars, since 2013. He always loved to experiment with different building materials, and incorporating resin into his guitars was a natural fit.

He made his first resin/burl hybrid model, "The Catalyst" in 2016 and since then has used resin in many different ways to augment his designs. The Syrtis model uses resin channels to connect a centre "core" section to the outer "wing" sections. This gives the Syrtis models a huge opportunity for customisation.

Mike also experimented with soaking layers of fabric in resin and creating laminated tops for his guitars. These top also have a great scope for customisation and colour mixes. Mike's goal with Stone Wolf Guitars is to offer its clients with a totally unique instrument and experience.


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USED IN THIS PROJECT

Want to buy the same materials and equipment used in this tutorial? We've got you!

Please find below a list of all the materials and equipment used in this project, all available to buy right here on the GlassCast website. Shown alongside each product is the approximate quantity used in the tutorial video, to the nearest full pack.

GlassCast 50 Clear Epoxy Casting Resin - 5kg Thumbnail
EP-G50-5GlassCast 50 Clear Epoxy Casting Resin - 5kg£83.95 /kit

Total £0.00

ABOUT STONE WOLF GUITARS

Stone Wolf Guitars

Mike has been building guitars under the brand Stone Wolf Guitars, since 2013. He always loved to experiment with different building materials, and incorporating resin into his guitars was a natural fit.

He made his first resin/burl hybrid model, "The Catalyst" in 2016 and since then has used resin in many different ways to augment his designs. The Syrtis model uses resin channels to connect a centre "core" section to the outer "wing" sections. This gives the Syrtis models a huge opportunity for customisation.

Mike also experimented with soaking layers of fabric in resin and creating laminated tops for his guitars. These top also have a great scope for customisation and colour mixes. Mike's goal with Stone Wolf Guitars is to offer its clients with a totally unique instrument and experience.


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