Shuttered guitar store becomes giant amp

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Guitar Store [Glen Scott's Flickr via Gadget Lab]

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13 Responses to Shuttered guitar store becomes giant amp

  1. Blackhat says:

    Sweet! Blackface Fender FTW!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Does it go to 11?

  3. Harrkev says:

    That is the single coolest music store that I have ever seen. Kudos for the owner!

  4. strider_mt2k says:

    Very creative!

    I wonder if it goes ’til 11?

  5. theLadyfingers says:

    This is the kind of shop design that children’s book illustrators and toy city designers have been preparing me for since my early childhood.

  6. TJ S says:

    For maximum LOL’s, the gate mechanism should be activated by moving the on/off lever (with a lock someplace hidden, of course)

  7. nobrainerdeals says:

    Very creative. Love it.

  8. Category says:

    I actually live a few minutes around the corner from this place in Southampton! It’s a cool little shop, but the signage obviously cost a pretty penny – that shop is HELLA expensive, even for a musical instrument shop.

    If only it looked that cool while it was open!

  9. mdh says:

    “www.gtrstr.com”

    I vote to restore his vowels. It’s not a spam link when you’re covering his store.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Glad you guys like it! This is our store, there’s some more photos of it up on my Flickr (www.flickr.com/photos/youcloudsofdoom), and check out the shop website if you want to have a peek at what’s inside – http://www.gtrstr.com.

  11. feedingfashionistas says:

    Such a neat idea! Music stores usually look so boring- nice to see someone applying a little creativity.

  12. MCM says:

    @2: If you check the higher resolution image on flickr, you can see that the master volume does indeed go to 11

  13. Downpressor says:

    I like it. Now lets see one done up like and MPC or an SSL mixer.

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