Guitar picks crafted from old circuit boards spark binary solo revolution

Darren Murph
D. Murph|12.07.09

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Guitar picks crafted from old circuit boards spark binary solo revolution
As the great Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement would say:
0, 001, 001!
Come on sucker, lick my battery!
We're no experts on translating binary rock 'n roll into modern day English (or Russian, for that matter), but we're guessing that the boys from New Zealand would most certainly approve of a guitar pick crafted from recycled motherboards. Etsy member TheBlueKraken seems capable of churning these guys (and many other wares) out in almost any hue of PCB, and at just $7 or $8 apiece, they're hardly a rip off. In fact, we'd wager that these are pretty much the most awesome stocking stuffers of all time. Boogie, boogie, boogie, robo boogie, all after the break.

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