Guitar transplanted into an NES plays chippy tunes

An NES and an electric guitar walk into a hotel. Nine months later, what do you have? An NES electric guitar of course. Using a Fuzz distortion kit, the sound of the guitar has been modified to sound a bit more computerized.

Made by the people at GetLoFi, the guitar features a neck made from a reused oak guitar with each guitar "sounding slightly different with constant improvements to the design."

Currently, there are only two of these on the planet. The guitar is up for grabs for $150 and should give you that nostalgic longing for the 8-bit days.

GeLoFi, via Joystiq

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