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"These Bad Seed guitars are not like anything you have ever seen. The metallic bodies are constructed in a very handcrafted way using modern welding methods that are not easily learned, with over 10 years of experience in the race car industry to back me up. Each body is CAD designed and laser cut for accuracy, prepared and clamped in a similar way to an acoustic I guess, with the sides being hand formed and welded to a front and rear face. They are made using very thin materials to keep the over all guitar weight down. In most cases the titanium guitars are under a comparable wooden equivalent and the steel ones match weight for weight. They are not heavy at all and I have worked extremely hard to ensure this aspect of them."

- Sheldon Currington, Luthier.


Bad Seed featured at the
Petersen Automotive Museum in L.A.
at James Hetfield's "Reclaimed Rust" exhibition.

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