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Fully-functional Guitar Hero controller crafted from Lego

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We've seen Lego-fied Wiis, robots, and weaponry, but this fully-functional Guitar Hero controller crafted by an unnamed tipster to TechEBlog might just be the best bit of Lego hackery to date. Based on a Gibson Explorer guitar, the Lego axe neatly conceals the guts of a standard PS2 Guitar Hero controller, and also ups the size to something more closely resembling an actual guitar. While there's no word on any plans to ceremoniously smash the guitar Pete Townsend-style, we have a feeling that's going to be a tough temptation to resist -- especially considering the fact that it's one of the few guitars that could actually be rebuilt after seeing such destruction.

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