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Famicom electric guitar gives the NES Paul a run for its money

Jeannie Choe
03.01.07
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If you liked the NES Paul, you'll flip for the Family Computer Guitar, an impeccably hand-crafted working electric guitar done up in a retro-tastic Famicom style. You might take a look at the body and think, "Huh? Where'd the other controller go?" Check out the other end where you'll find the headstock, a.k.a. the other controller, cleverly placed as if it were removed from the console. Paper templates were used to ensure accuracy when shaping the controller and console parts, which were later painted and adorned with decals to yield a most authentic look. Anyone who gets to rock this axe better have a list of Famicom jams ready. (They should also give a listen to Paul Miller's Valentine's Day Gamecube smash single for inspiration.)

[Via Engadget Japanese]

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