Ivory Keys On An Old Piano

Quite a few years ago I found an old piano that someone had junked just laying in a ditch. The keyboard was relatively undamaged so I took a pocketknife and carefully pried up all of the genuine ivory keytops. I've found that gluing three of them together with cyanoacrylate glue will give me a piece just the thickness of most guitar saddle slots. It's a great way to recycle old ivory and makes an incredible sounding bridge saddle.

Donated by: Chris







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