NES turned guitar

This Nintendo Famicom (also known as the NES) guitar is proof that imagination still flourishes despite the dearth of good design ideas that we see in the marketplace these days. A Japanese dude decided to take some time out, carve a replica of the NES out of wood into a guitar, topping it off with a gamepad headstock. He paid full attention to the little details such as including a cartridge behind the bridge, actual wooden buttons on the headstock, and a second controller located just below the high E string. No idea on how it sounds though, but it probably won’t churn out any memorable riffs.


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