What else can you do with a guitar and amplifier, besides playing "The Star Spangled Banner" in honor of Memorial Day? Hey, let’s make a PC out of that git-box, and flank it with a tiny replica of an amplifier. Notice how the handy dandy dudes at Envador grabbed a perfectly good acoustic guitar and shoehorned computer innards inside (see the whole modification process here). That's right, there's a working PC tucked away inside there. While we would have skipped mounting both those speakers inside, the overall effect is still intriguing.
Just be sure to mute the strings while you’re blasting those speaks, or get yourself one of these 5-watt Mytunes mini-amps ($40) to do the speaking for you. You can also use the speaker for your iPod — it'll drive any audio with a 3.5mm plug and runs on batteries or USB. This one looks just like a Fender knock-off amp I rocked when I was a kid, complete with corner protectors and treble/bass knobs that actually work. Together, these two talismans of the past bring that Norwegian Wood into the 21st century.