Buy some cheap zip lock snack bags and pack them tight with dryer lint for an excellent fire tinder. You can make them even more compact if you place several of the bags in vacuum sealer bags and suck the air out of them also keeps them from soaking up moisture and becoming mildewed in your pack. I try to vacuum seal as many items in my pack as possible for long-term storage like ammo,matches, cotton balls, etc. This is the first time I am thinking to bug out :. This is the list I was looking for. I am sure I will not miss anything if i follow this. I bought a cheap Gen 1 Yukon hands free night vision monocular.
I plan on moving at night. My night vision is not military grade, and it is not great for combat. However, I have used it to walk around the woods at night. It is certainly better than using a flashlight when you are trying to remain hidden. A pretty decent list can be found on this website. You will also need to make sure you have the essentials at home, accessible to your family. Keep […]. Id also recommend a portable ham radio i just got the BoaFeng BF-F8HP for communication with family as well as weather alerts and if you know what your doing,so much more.
Available under various similar names for just a few dollars on eBay from China with free shipping, these devices give a small electric zap when you puch the button using a similar system to the piezo gas ignitors. I spend a lot of time in sporting goods stores just looking. Leave no trace is a big part of scouts, so visit the local Boy Scout store. I use to be able to. They also double as ear plugs. My brand is Jaybird X3 8 hr battery life. Put tampons and maxi pads on there.
Great for bandages and ear protection when firing heavy weapons. Just take the strings out to keep your manhood intact. Hope this helps clear things up for you! And maxi pads are OK pressure pads for wounds. Or a menstrual cup. They have a 10 year life-span, reusable, easily cleaned, and are incredibly durable. I got mine at Academy Sports. Quality is very good. I just got home and got super glue.
Only add the baking powder after your done with the glue. Works on metal, plastic etc. Nice work. I live in the Pacific Northwest Canada where we have earthquake kits. Your list is the best I have come across, far superior to the local government ones. I will definitely share it with my neighbours and add a few items thanks to you! Hammock systems are great sleeping, especially for 3 seasons 4 seasons can be done but you have to carry extra weight in under quilts A collapsible pair of walking sticks are a must, bugging out and walking thru the woods presents so many dangers of twisting an ankle or tripping falling.
A folding trench shovel with sharpened edges will replace a machete, ax, and hatchet as well as making a stealthy self defense weapon. Plus you can leave them in for up to 24 hours, depending on flow. Diva cup is a good suggestion. However, make sure you use it for a while. I cannot wear them. That would be horrible to find out in a survival situation. A large gravity fed Water filter is good for a base camp or family. Sawyer squeeze filters and life straws work for one person. Also osprey water bladders for your pack allow you to sip on the go. I have spent a lot of time in the woods. Top 2 things I miss when I return home are a hot shower and toilet paper.
The hot shower is difficult to carry in a bug out bag but toilet paper in a ziplock bag is too easy. It has several uses other than clean up…. Solar-Heated Camp Shower holds 5 gal of water. Just hang from tree and sun heats up.
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Wash up as needed. Up north that solar shower is still cold as fck, even in the summer. Zero is zero, one is one. Just carry a backup instead of stupidly twisting language. If you have two you have one back up. If you only have one you have no back up! Pretty simple really not twisting at all! Any suggestions on what to use instead of the wool and latex items? Instead of sheeps wool, try alpaca. You can use cotton instead of wool, and for the latex allergy at every drug store they have a non latex option for you. Cotton when wet is worthless. Wool is a much better choice in my opinion.
Lasts longer and cam be used for alternative purposes if needed. Very nice list and lots of helpful comments. Thank you!
I mean, its a great list but i think its too much. Where i live its woods but i live close enough to 2 cities like a days walk. I would recommend, learn to reproduce animals, for self substaning , learn how to treat them, have a good guard dog, not big and mean to protect you, its not an atack dog its a guard one. Not big because you have to feed him. He barks for your awareness and can help you hunting. You need to have a small hoe without a handle you can make one in the woods jf thats the llace youre going, have an axe, knife, tarp for cover, first aid kit, paracord a few feet, a rope, some carabeners, seeds, water containers, whool blanket, and if possible a toy for your dog, you can make one out of rope, keep him happy and he will help you allways.
I mean, the rest its just knowlege, learn some knots, some hunting fishing tecniques, some farming tecniques, learn your surrondings, where to go, out to go, when to go, lookout points, advantage oounts, where the animals are, where can you move next, i mean its much more the know how and not the i have everething and cannot use it. I hope i helped as you have helped me. To those such as myself as i wear glasses, an extra pair of glasses will be a blessing in any bug out situation.
Great tip! A few days of instant coffee Via will you get you past caffeine withdrawals. The last thing you need is a raging headache. Excellent recommendation about caffeine withdrawals. Could be very debilitating the first several days. I would suggest some Petroleum jelly or chapstick as well. It can be used for chapped lips, open cuts or scrapes, and can even be used in lieu of Fire cubes, just mix cotton balls or some wood shavings or tinder and it will burn long enough to get a fire going. I also wanted to note that the latex tubing idea has a lot of uses, fishing weights, tourniquet as mentioned already sling shot, glasses strap, can even be used as a straw…knowledge is power.
Try not to be so hard on people for misunderstanding the uses of a condom in a survival situation. Also, has anyone ever tried using a water purification pump to filter and drink urine? It contains very high levels of salt and other impurities that need to be removed from your body. The drinking your urine twice thing is an old wives tale so to speak.
In reality the more dire the situation the worse of an idea it is to drink your own urine. Again im not sure so dont take that as gospel or anything but it only makes sense. So much advice. A You will never be fully prepared B Do it! Drive into the woods, park your car, get out and walk for one day and THEN take out your map and compass. ALSO, for those of us who live in cities; learn to read crowds and to navigate different cultures. I live in Oakland and any time we have civil unrest, i document it. Ive done this for two decades and can tell you when a crowd is going to rush, the cops are going to fire gas as opposed to lead beanbags, or when its time for my skinny white ass to get outa dodge quick.
I can tell a genuine plea or offer for help from a trap in an instant. They are your biggest threat and greatest assets. Im a preschool teacher to affluent kids and regularly bring them on public transportation through the worse parts of East Oakland. I expose thec4yo choldren of wealthy doctors, lawyers and tech millionaires to Islamic culture, gang-heavy neighborhoods, and feed the destitute homeless.
And id trust these kids to barter the last of my water to find an escape route out of the city. And biggest threat. I try to have my while family picked at times for week of backpacking. I made a backstrap with quick release attachments to hitch myself to a rollator that makes it much easier to maintain support while going downhill instead of relying on the hand brakes. My wife and I both use canes. We find beach carts to be invaluable you can carry more besides a bug out bag. We use them when we go to the mall etc. Admittedly my BOB is more of a BOT trunk , and is currently geared towards a sudden camping trip rather than an emergency bail.
A pencil sharpener weighs nothing and takes up zero space. A pencil sharpener is great for getting into the dry area in sticks. Any chance you get to save your knife blade from work is a great idea. Like I said it weighs nothing so why not. Just twist a stick in there and you have a nice thin strip of wood waiting to catch on fire and, like Stephen said, it weighs practically nothing. Most persons even fit ones will have problems with moveability and operating radius when carrying a backpack weighing in excess of 14kg 25lbs..?
Try to include objects in the bag that may be used for multiple purposes, per object. I dont have rime to read all the comments but i read a good 50 or What everyone fails to think when they do the bug out bag is where am i bugging out to? Am i going to run around randomly or go to moms house or where ever.
Having a bug out location is the key. Having back up bug out locationS is even better. Find some where secure and stock it. Find some where securer and stock it too. I live in the woods im pretty confident i wont bug out but believe me i have 3 locations within a weeks walking distance of each other. A bob just needs to get you to the location someone said try humping 50 pounds for 3 hours or something like that and its true. Some food water and water filter is all you need. All the major tools food water clothes storage or what not should already be at your location.
All you need is a fanny pack and a way to conceal a hand gun. I live on the coast of Australia. Where I live the worst natural disaster we ever had was very high winds or minor flooding. The mountains here are no bigger than meters and take only a couple hours to travel through. I could take a bit of a journey and practice in the Blue Mountains or something I guess…. Any better suggestions? I thought just learning skills like archery, martial arts, survival cooking, etc. Also, learning what you can eat if you were to have to stay in the wilderness for a prolonged period of time. All these are great tools and double up as fantastic melee weapons.
Is it the latest and greatest in night vision … […]. Is there a strap system that can add MOLLE capability to a standard civilian type backpack like these? Someone is starving and they see you passing by with a backpack stuffed full. They might just shoot you in the head before you even know they are there.
Skills are much more important than gear. If someone thinks you have something, they will want it, when someone wants something of yours and they know there will not be repercussions for their actions, they will get violent. Great list. What it boils down to is your environment and personal skill levels. If are trained and skilled in survival then the less stuff you need, less trained means more gear. I have 2 makeshift water bladders, made of box wine liner.
Cut one corner, clean it out and you have a good size water bladed, with a button release. Makeshift Shower or simply storage. Fish line and fish hooks. Sandwich bag filled with small square bagbags, yes like the ones you get from your dealer and fill em with spices. Machete or axe. If you injure yourself in any SHTF scenario.
Unless you make a practice of lugging a Ruck all the time. You will injure yourself even just carrying a 40lb ruck. The next Am we were all looking for. Preps are important.. Well said. Keeping your fitness level up should be priority one and two. Well im lbs.
I was about 10 miles a day with no pack. My bug out bag is for my wife and I, its about 50lbs. It is a hiking backpack so it has good back support around hips. What happens if sonethin happens to you your wife ha to carry 50 pounds or you do injured, if she carried her 25 pounds and somethin happened she still may be able to carry her 25 pounds or you could carry it until she was capable.
This is helpful. They are also very light weight and the lack of poles make them easier to store. Might be a good idea to take some coffee. Liquor tobacco for Comfort and stress relievers as well as for possible trade items. These are not good items to use in any survival situation. Though they have their merits and value, they should be avoided for the most part. Alcohol, tobacco, and coffee will all dehydrate you in a bad way. If caffeine or comfort are need, best things to have are tea or Tang, lame as that can sound. If you need caffeine, go for a few caffeine pills.
I like to have a pill bottle with a plethora of different pills acetaminophen, nsaids, asprin, etc. Both have caffeine and pain killers and are great for controlling caffeine withdrawal. Also a bottle of Midol or a box of goddys weights a whole lot less than coffee and requires less water to waste.
I smoke. Its nicotine content is very high so I carry a small, vaccume sealed pouch of it that weights about 4oz and with how strong it is will last for a month. It goes in a Ziploc once I break the seal and before that will last forever vacuum packed. Where as cigs burn quick, leave trash to follow and go stale quickly, this lasts forever and the only trace of it is some ash. Hey guys an expat UK via USA of 30 years now in Australia and this place is nowhere near prepared for anything quite alarming.
It is illegal unless you can justify a reason why you are carrying ANY knife including swiss army, leatherman etc. Anyway one thing we were taught in scouts in UK some 45 years ago a good pencil sharpener for shavings for fires, arrow points, and stakes. Thought i would share as I never see it on lists. I have a Brass German one with extra blades dual sized takes up no room and at a pinch I can use it as a an electrical conductor. I have taken advanced first aid and am joing the sea rescue volunteers here they train you on nautical navigation and seamanship two skills that may come in handy.
Great site! Thanks, Basa! A small, basic pencil sharpener is a great addition to the list. Best of luck as a sea rescue volunteer! Lots of excellent items and suggestions. And a lot of great comments as well.. I would add a good picket sized durvival book close it up in a ziploc bag or print out some of your favorite excerpts or blog posts on survival. Since most of us myself included get our food from the grocery store, I am sure information about hunting or trapping small game could be a real life saver..
I would add a slingshot and ammo as well to my kit. This method has the added advantage of being silent. Squirrels and rabbits are easier to hunt than deer. I didnt see mention of a wire saw, very compact and able to cut small to medium sized limbs without dulling your knife or machete blade.. And a good sharpening stone to sharpen your knife, ax or machete. I am sure a lot of the smaller items can be bought expensively at Walmart , harbor freight, the dollar store, and even ebay..
Spend a little more on good quality knives carbon steel , ax, and machete. Just my two cents.. Thats all i need everything else mother nature can provide,. Is it the latest and greatest in night vision technology? No, it is not. However, it is a way to navigate in the dark without the use of a flashlight. I also went with a monocular instead of binoculars as it is easier to navigate wearing a monocular.
Stealth is key when bugging out on foot. You do not want to draw attention to yourself when you are walking around with a big bag full of goodies and others do not have anything. Also if you cary an infrared flashlight, it wont light anything up to the naked eye, but even with just a cheaper gen 1 night vision, it will make your view MUCH MUCH brighter and more visible.
Sum the flashlights will have a tiny red bulb that i doubt anyone would notice and others stay completely dark. Relatively inexpensive way to have a pretty powerful night vision system. The way this Country is going today, I suggest every one prepare for the worse. Better to have it and not need and need it and not have it. Learn to make a fire, hunt, fish.
May even practice, go camping and make believe your on your own with no one to help. People call me paranoid, but I believe one day we will have to depend on ourselves to survive. And always build your own first aid kit. Never depend on a packed one from a store. Stab wounds. Gun shot wound. Stitches, burns, Frost bite ect. Be Safe. Gas mask ect and the types with filters ect. What about stuff about tree climbing tools and mountain rocky climbing ect. I would like to see different ways of making food using plants ect. Tips on cleaning deer hogs bird squirrel fish ect.
I want to find out how to trap a deer or hog without firing a gun, in case hiding or need to be not heard to be found how to trap deer hogs squirrel rabbit ect. I found this site for bug out bag. Not full blown survival. Pamela there are many great sites out there that will answer all these questions for you. I will tell you if you put everything listed on this website I could not carry it.
Hoo-ya deep sea. You would need a full chem suit. If that were to happen and you are in the area, unfortunately you would be screwed. Trapping a deer would be very difficult as well. I suggest a supply of body lubricant. Like Ultra Glide. Just walking with a pack will begin to poduce rashes where ever skin and friction meet. There were about 50 verifiable deaths from Chernobyl, and most of these were fire fighters and plant operators. In a nuclear war, the single most important thing to do to increase the chance of survival is to duck and cover and wait until the blast has arrived.
Protect exposed skin, especially your face, and duck to avoid being thrown by the blast wind brief and intense wind that arrives with the blast and avoid shards of glass projecting out from windows etc at high speeds. Most buildings are knocked over or severely damaged at 5 PSI, where as unprotected humans exposed to 5 PSI blast are fine. Most people exposed to the air burst are not very close and even small reductions in burns, cuts and bruises makes a big difference. Far less important, but still important, is to understand fallout.
Fallout comes from ground level bursts and only ground level bursts. It is not a radioactive gas or goop. The fallout will sit on roofs and lawns and emit very penetrating gamma rays. The objective of sheltering is to put as much mass between you and the fallout particles for at least a day or two.
The fallout approximately obeys the the rule; when the time since the blast increase by a factor of 7, the gamma radiation is reduced by a factor Radium dial painters who ingested radium by sharpening the brush with their lips ingested ridiculous doses of radium. The worst exposed had a life time committed dose of allmost R. Stack up some water jugs, food, bags of potting soil, bricks or whatever and you have a good enough protection factor to survive very nasty fallout. Look also at fire safety, which is very important in any case looters, earth quakes, malfunctioning electronics etc.
Most fires in a nuclear strike will be small. In the city they will pretty much go out when concrete rubble, glass and bricks collapse ontop of them and smother them; most people will die of blast and heat here. Things like sofas etc. Have some means to block windows with something non-flammable e. Have emergency radio so that you can be informed.
Looking like a pretty expensive proposition … sever la thousand dollars worth of gear on that list. Perhaps this has been addressed elsewhere.. Currently I split my living time between Missouri no permit necessary for concealed carry as of Jan 1 and Michigan which requires you to be a resident of the state to get a permit. Which may or may not matter much if and when the SHTF. Anybody have any experience with this? I got mine in Utah being a resident and it is valid in quite a few other states. Look up the keltech sub9 or sub They fold up to 16 inches, are mostly plastic so they weight next to nothing, take handgun mags and fire 9mm or 40sw.
There are other folding carines out there just the first ones that came to mind. Just remember to swap them whenever your prescription changes. I feel if you live in a rocky area it would be important to A know how to climb. B have the correct equipment. Google it. It severed the 10th mountain brigade fine, we still teach it today in the service. Great cold-weather and mountain survival. Shelter and water top the list. Ethan, thanks for the kind words.
Glad we could help you out. From a backpacker and eagle scout, if you want to make a bug-out bag, you should get the scout handbook and the scouting Field book for some great info. These books are good because your bug-out has the same stuff that a backpacker would carry on a hike, with the only difference is a bug-out bag has stuff that will handle more abuse. Yeah, you can floss with it, but it has many other uses. When used for sewing, its amazing. Almost indestructible. It can be used as a suture in extreme cases.
It can also be used as tinder if you get the right kind. My 2 cents. I agree with you Aaron. Floss is important. You can sit on it, carry water or keep your things dry. I used it traveling and tent-camping cross country to store my cooking, fire-making, and cleaning supplies. It was a good seat for campfire cooking. A small and compact way to keep this stuff organized in your car. Hey, Aaron. Thanks for commenting and good suggestion. Not a bug in scenario, whole different game all together.
No sleeping gear, no cooking facilities or food. No shops open and no gas or electricity. Think 4 concrete walls and a roof. In Scotland we have the best water around and there is no shortage anywhere period. No real way for it all to be contaminated at one time either but to be smart purification is a good idea. I would suggest in our world that a car or building to live in is very likely even if they are ruins. Though we do have a more rural fall back if required less than 50 miles away.
Here in the UK they are really funny about guns and knives. If you have them they better be hidden or inconspicuous. In a complete breakdown scenario military might be ordered to shoot anyone with visible weapons on sight. Their guns and toys will be better than yours, go forth with this in mind. Pride comes before a fall. Just something to think about. Think your list is very comprehensive. Depends on what you want to be covered for.
Be ready to improvise and make educated guesses at what you will really need. Thanks for taking the time to comment, Huntad. All great points and definitely a fresh perspective for those of us on the other side of the pond…. You should have a small stone for sharpening your camp knife, fillet knife, maybe a pocket knife and fish hooks. You only need basic tools, everything weighs something and takes up space and needs to be carried.
Id rather have a few extra rounds of amo. Heh heh…. A list of survival items will always be more or less the same than the one listed above…It does make sense…However, it has to be set up according to the type of environment you are planning to bug out…Nevada? New York? Are natural water supplies abundant? Many snakes, Bears, nearby zoo? It is often reffered as free flowing medicine, would you use it? Hey, Gilles. Thanks for taking the time to comment. All great points! We touch on similar topics in other articles on our site. Hey there, Fitness is key as you stated.
Large muscular frames require more to keep them going. Fat reserves are also a huge help, the bodies natural survival system. Three days prep can easily extend to a week. I am not knocking you, I just think you need to strategise so you can cope. Poor analogy, but UK special forces are lean, carry lite and are trained to drop in and take a long walk out. Fit people take risks and cut corners. A N95 mask will — help you breath in a dust storm. Help to moderate the temperature of your air when breathing in very cold conditions.
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An ancient harp-like instrument, which has vertical string holders with two ranks of strings, a bridge in the form of a standing figure, and a half calabash hollowed. This instrument with strings is very close to the guitar, played throughout western Africa. The resonance box or resonator is usually made from a half calabash or gourd with a wood post to which the strings are attached.
The calabash is covered with goat or cow hide. Harps with carved vertical string holders such as in this are rare to find. Drawing on cowhide with cowrie shell accents. Lute Sapeh Hasapi from Borneo, Sumatra. The Toba Batak people of northern Sumatra create elegant, two-stringed lutes known as hasapi in Borneo they are called Sapeh and made from the trunk of a tree. These lutes are mostly used in intimate indoor settings. Today, hasapi are generally played as part of musical ensembles. The composition of hasapi ensembles varies but typically includes a lead hasapi playing the melody and a second hasapi playing accompaniment, as well as a flute, small drum, xylophone, and other instruments.
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Its four strings are tuned in pairs, a fifth apart. Label at bottom torn. Very minor wear. The Sarangi is a folk Nepalese string instrument. Traditionally, in Nepal, the Sarangi was only played by people of Gandarva or Gaine cast, who sing narrative tales and folk songs. The Nepali Sarangi is made of a single piece of wood having a neck and hollowed out body.
The body is carved into a hollow frame with two openings. The lower opening is then covered up with dried sheep-skin. The original strings were made out of sheep intestine. The village people allotted intestines of sheep, sacrificed during major festivals like Dasain, to the Gandarvas.
The Gandarvas left the intestine in a pot for some days. Once the meat was fully rotten, it was pulled out, leaving behind the fine nerves of the intestine which were then woven to get the strings, which produced fine quality sound. The Sarangi has four strings and is played with a horse hair bow. Different notes are made by touching the strings with the nail of fingers of the left hand. This Sarangi is most likely over 50 to 60 years old.
Strings no longer attached and 3 wooden pegs are missing. After victory over the the Ming Dynasty in AD, most Lisu lived in villages high in the mountains or in mountain valleys. Lisu history is passed from one generation to the next in the form of song, which often takes a whole night to sing, and is accompanied by the playing of the Shibi Tree Lute. The Shibi is carved from indigenous trees and the sound hole is covered with snake or lizard skin. Sitar with Case from India. Sitar made in Mumbai, India. Shows age and wear.
The tumba is disconnected, strings broken, and the tar jawari is broken off.
With repair, item can be in working condition. The case measures Anton Kiendl was the inventor of what came to be known as the Concert Zither, though zithers had existed in many forms for centuries. This specific instrument was handmade by Kiendl himself about and is probably one of the first Concert Zithers ever made. It has purposefully been unrestored and left in its original condition, along with its original case.
This is a very rare instrument. This concert zither is also known as a fretted zitherit has a fingerboard affixed to its soundboard, like that of a guitar but much shorter in length. Five strings pass over this fingerboard, and the performer plays these strings like a guitar, picking them with the right hand and making various different notes by pushing down on the strings with the left hand. The right hand is also used to play the open strings, which provide bass and chord accompaniment. In , he entered three of his zithers including this one into the International Exhibition in Vienna and won the coveted Gold Medal of Progress.
Franz Schwarzer is considered one of the greatest instrument makers in history and there is a museum in Missouri which endeavors to preserve his life and legacy. This specific instrument is in museum quality condition and in fact, museums are one of the only places you would likely find this instrument today. Case measures This Civil War era instrument is in remarkable pristine mint condition, making it very rare and valuable. It differs from a normal zither in that it has a slide bar that allows the player to pick out melodies on individual strings by pushing a button and sliding the bar.
It not only looks beautiful but it plays perfectly as well. Patented May 29, Lower back piece separating and storage scuffs mainly on sides and back. Otherwise in good condition for its age. Vintage German Lyra Bruno Accordion. This a very rare Lyra Bruno accordion. It is made of wood with bell metal reeds and in remarkable condition considering its age. The bellows all seem to be intact. Comes with Top cover unhinged due to broken leather strap. Vintage American Osborne Pianoette Thumper. The player lifts the tab of choice, then releases it, causing the apparatus which is equipped with a hard felt pad to spring downward, striking the 4 strings of the selected chord all at once.
As one might imagine, the functionality of the chords would be quite limited if the chord thumper alone was used for accompaniment.
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However, in the default at-rest position, the thumpers are up off the strings, leaving the accompaniment section available to be played in the usual manner with the fingers. So, the thumper gizmo, used occasionally for effect, actually expands accompaniment functionality by a bit. Exhibits minor surface scratches. Vintage American Schmidt Liberty Guitarophone.
The Guitarphone is a fretless zither that has four sets of chord strings that criss cross the melody strings to be strummed with the left hand and two octaves of double melody strings, which are struck by metal hammers activated by the right hand. The hammers are mounted on spring steel and produce a mandolin-like sound from repeated bouncing on the strings.
This instrument has a warp in the center that prevents the middle hammers from operating properlythe warp can easily be fixed by an instrument or furniture repairman. This instrument is similar to the Marxophone and Celestaphone, both used frequently in recording studios if they can be found. The scroll-and-pillar body style of this zither is a frequently encountered design frill for early s zithers. The scroll and pillar are purely ornamental and serve no functional or structural purpose.
The vague resemblance to a concert harp was intended to legitimize these zithers in the minds of prospective buyers. The pillar has broken off. Exhibits surface scratches. Otherwise in very good condition for its age. Vintage American Schmidt Guitarophone. The hammers are mounted on spring steel and produce a mandolinlike sound from repeated bouncing on the strings. Exhibits age and wear. The first two strings at right are broken and not present.