If during a concert of Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett break one of the strings of your guitar it will not more to the trash, the steel wire will be turned into a bracelet sold via the internet, whose profit will be rolled back to a charity of the choice of the artist. In the list of participants in this initiative appear in various names of weight, such as Brian May (Queen), Carlos Santana, Adam Levine (Marron 5), Ben Harper, Eric Clapton, Geezer Butler (Black Sabbath), James Hetfield (Metallica), Joan Jett, Steve Vai, Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath), Willie Nelson, Avril Lavine, and Ziggy Marley.
The bracelets made with the guitar strings of the celebrities and silver zips are expensive, it is rarely possible to find something below $ 100, but for anyone who is a fan account of the sentimental value and the satisfaction of helping a good cause supported by your idol. More accessible are the models made with ropes of the common that does not pass of 30 dollars.
If you’re a fan of music in general, you can buy other products made with ropes discarded regardless of the endorsement of some idol (and thus cheaper) as rings, chains, pendants and even blades made of semi-precious stones, among them agate, brazilian ($24,95).
Below is a video showing how the bracelets are made, its finish and until the certificate of authenticity.
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The site, Wear Your Music sells to Brazil and accept payment via PayPal and credit card. At the time of purchase it is possible to customize the product by providing the measurements of your wrist and, in some models, their initial recording.
More information: www.wearyourmusic.com