Guitar and electronics enthusiast Jeri Ellsworth performed some electronic wizardry splicing a C64′s body on to the neck of a bass guitar, allowing her to control the sound of the strings through the on-board 6581 SID (Sound Interface Device) chip.
I want to know is if she can still play Turrican on it?
Ferdk16 performs an amazing guitar version of this Legend of Zelda tune.
Ok, since the beginning of times I’ve been receiving Legend of Zelda requests despite me never playing any of their songs. I ignored the requests because I hadn’t played any of the games so I didn’t have any feelings attached to these great tunes. Until now. I’m currently playing Ocarina of Time and its been pretty fun, some of these songs have really grown on me so I decided to finally give it my own spin.
If you play guitar and and /or love the work of H.R. Giger or Ridley Scott’s Aliens films, than this you will love this Alien inspired carved guitar.
“A detailed carving job can take between 40 to 50 hours to complete, the most difficult stage is in the design of the subject. I try to strive for a flow to the overall carving, I also try to tell a story of some type. The alien guitar is roughly based on the art work of the artist H.R. Giger, the idea I had was to interpret an alien life cycle. My biggest joy from completing a guitar is knowing the person receiving it appreciates it as a one of a kind piece of art that you can play.” – Gig Goldstein
While the Millennium Falcon guitar may have been awesome for strumming the Imperial March, you need something like this to really play the Doctor Who theme song – behold the GuiTARDIS by Arthur Yet Lew.