Nashville Musician Shingles His Roof with Records
Jazz instrumentalist Matt Glassmeyer needed a roof for his porch. As a musician, he knows plenty about vinyl albums, and has a history of inventing clever items: “the shuitar (an acoustic drum machine-like instrument made from an acoustic guitar body), the buzzophone (tenor saxophone played with a custom trumpet-like buzzing mouthpiece), and amplified contra-alto clarinet.”
So, Matt put his creativity to work and came up with an idea for his roof.
We’re not too sure how well this would work in any other situation, but for Matt’s Nashville porch, it seems to be okay. They don’t get much snow there, and its not actually covering any interior spaces.
Rockin’ job, says we.