Shuttered guitar store becomes giant amp

Guitar Store [Glen Scott's Flickr via Gadget Lab]
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13 Responses to Shuttered guitar store becomes giant amp

  1. Anonymous says:

    Does it go to 11?

  2. Harrkev says:

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

  3. strider_mt2k says:

    Very creative!

    I wonder if it goes ’til 11?

  4. 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)

  5. nobrainerdeals says:

    Very creative. Love it.

  6. feedingfashionistas says:

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

  7. MCM says:

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

  8. Blackhat says:

    Sweet! Blackface Fender FTW!

  9. 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!

  10. 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.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Glad you guys like it! This is our store, there’s some more photos of it up on my Flickr (, and check out the shop website if you want to have a peek at what’s inside –

  12. Downpressor says:

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

  13. mdh says:


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

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