I get alot of people asking about the parts I source, the things I seem to get really cheap and in general what goes into finding things and knowing when to take a risk and when to let something go. It’s not difficult from my perspective and in my opinion it’s not luck, it’s effort, time and research that allows the projects to flow … Continue reading Some Say it’s Luck: The Art of Sourcing Cool Stuff on a Budget!
This has been a subject of conversation between my Dad and I for years! It’s been a common issue with his cymbals, usually the bits he gets with drum kits that have been mistreated that he restores and moves on. We had spoken about using a whole heap of different methods and products to get a decent result but just never yielded anything worth … Continue reading Paiste Cymbal Clean
Not something I’d usually go all out on to build but geez I was sick of loosing my shoes in the depths of My wardrobe… I decided to find the right skid pallet and just smash out a quick rack to put all of my precious shoes on! It was a super simple process with the size of the skid deciding on the basic design … Continue reading 30 Minute Pallet Shoe Rack
It was one of those dilemmas… I was at the Wreckers and was pulled toward a totalled Ute with no understanding why… It was not something I’d usually pay any attention to… Until I saw a poor little radio with a smashed screen… I considered it… But initially walked away. After about 10 steps I thought “no no, take it and see how much they … Continue reading Clarion vx400a Touchscreen Replacement
Tying in with the regular theme of things I do, this has to be one of the best finds yet! I’ve wanted a foam gun for washing the chariots for quite sometime now and was astounded by what you pay for something that’s made for car washing – it’s bloody rude! I was looking at anywhere from $80 to $150 for something that just wasn’t … Continue reading Budget Car Washing Foam Gun