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KLAWISZON

One of the biggest and most complex instruments of our production. It is a four-octave, plucked-keyboard instrument, made 100% from recycled materials. If we would like to compare it to a “real instrument” it is similar to a harpsichord – both are plucked-keyboard instruments but the strings in the Klawiszon are plucked by… comb teeth. Building this instrument took us about 9 months, comprising 1200 working hours. Very often we worked from an early morning until 3 am. the following day...

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BottleBass 5

A 5-string bass guitar entirely made from recycled materials.

The wooden neck was made form industrial furniture waste. For the construction of the guitar body we used a 19-liter damaged during transport mineral water bottle which for the comfort of playing was cut in half, and its back was made out of a plexiglass plate obtained from an old plexiglass picture frame. To mount the strings we used M10 hex cup screws with welded nuts and drilled holes to make the regulation much easier.

We tune the guitar with a screwdriver or pliers using the lever method. Frets were made from bicycle spokes and the bridge saddle from nails with carved grooves...

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BottleCaster Guitar

The aim of constructing this instrument was to get as close as it is possible to the comfort of playing the Stratocaster. To build it we used measurements of the Stratocater’s neck so the name BottleCaster was a natural choice :)

The materials used in the production of this instrument are the same as in our latest bass guitar. As a raw material for the neck we used industrial waste we received from a friend who owns a furniture company.

For even greater comfort of playing, in addition to cutting the 19-liter bottle in half, we’ve decided to cut an extra arm-space to make it easier to reach frets located closer to the guitar body (left-handed guitar). The deficiencies in the bottle structure created this way were complemented with other pieces of the bottle and a plexiglass plate from a damaged poster frame...

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TubaPhone

This instrument is built from around 50 PVC sewer pipes fixed on a wooden frame. Its story is very simple. We had a lot of pipes left after the bathroom remodelling. At some point we’ve realized that when we hit the longer ones we get low sounds, and when we hit the short ones, we get high sounds. We were struck by the idea: "what if we tuned some of those pipes?"...

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ReClavier

For the first time we have taken up a challenge of renovating an old and damaged instrument. To avoid half measures, we’ve decided to take out the electronic cards and insert them into a completely new piano casing of our own production. We have built it from the elements of old furniture and plexiglass. The keys were made of floor strips. The fastening system and the key action mechanism are a combination of bent and connected pieces of tinplate, screws, bolts and rubber bands...

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Nort

A small electronic keyboard that plugs into a computer’s USB port. It is compatible with many free computer apps, which, after appropriate setting, are the base of the instrument's sounds.
Nort's electronics were made out of an old broken computer keyboard that has obviously been redesign