The guy does an excellent job on the build, and he sure doesn't skimp in the hardware category. I've been using resin for a different kind of top for guitar bodies for quite some time now, but never gone the full monty and made a completely resin body. There are plenty of folks now doing it for teh youtube famez (notably using school supplies for some reason), but this one's my favorite - a well made ramen dish is among my favorite meals. My idea was doing a guitar similar to this one, but suspending Lego in the resin since it's been a pastime of mine for so long. I haven't tried this yet simply due to the cost of that much resin. It'd be somewhere in the neighborhood of $200 for that material alone. I've also been a bit worried about it's usefulness once finished. I'm afraid the finished result might have a thinner tone than I might like. This video bears that fear out for me when he's playing the guitar at the end. Now, I play mostly hard rock and metal type stuff, so that's not really too serious an issue here - but... you think it's possible to thicken that tone up a bit? What do you think? Should I include this in my winter builds?