# 202302091355 Object 11 (Painting Brush 50) #prepared-guitar-research #prepared-guitar #prepared-guitar-implement #Prepared-guitar-technique ![[35F8F7E0-8D7F-4F0E-B3AC-152E1249E7FC_1_105_c.jpeg|400]] ## Type - Origin: #Found-object #Artifact - Function: #Exciter ## Development - Part of my parents' tools - One of the first objects I started using with the electric guitar. ## Material properties - Materials: - Wood - Synthetic bristle - Metal - Dimensions: - Total: 235 mm - Hilt: 175 mm - Bristle: 60 x 50 mm - Weight: - 78 g ## Recalcitrances ## Assemblages ## Open questions - Does applying a lot of pressure also relinquish control over the object? ## Workshop notes - [[2023-02-09]] [202302091459] - Move the left hand over the strings of the [[202204092201 A (6-string object guitar)]] to filter the sound of [[202302091355 Object 11 (Painting Brush 50)]] over the pickup. - [[2023-02-09]] [202302091459] - The hair of [[202302091355 Object 11 (Painting Brush 50)]] has its own internal rhythm, which becomes especially apparent when moving the brush with a lot of pressure over the strings. - Does applying a lot of pressure also relinquish control over the object? - Maybe here it's the other way around. A flexible hand gives a more predictable sound than a rigid one. (friction?) - Similar ## Research recordings - [202302091459] A [11] - [[202303061210 Recording A.11.81]] ## History *What have other people done with it?* ## Historical Recordings *Recordings of other people using it.* ## Potential & Ideas ## Related objects - Painting brushes - [[202203162345 Object 10 (Painting brush 30)]] - Brushes - [[202305292158 Object 63 (Brush)]] - [[202209081143 Object 37 (Nail Brush)]] - [[202208242327 Object 77 (File Brush)]] - [[202307292210 Object 112 (Vacuum Brush)]] - [[202203162345 Object 10 (Painting brush 30)]] - [[202305292234 Object 86 (Vic Firth Jazz Brushes)]] - [[202305292201 Object 66 (Tampico Scrubbing Brush)]]