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Guitar Amp Hacked into a Toolbox: Crank It Up to 11 and Hand Me a Wrench

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If you have a failed garage band, you might as well get some value out of that amp that’s gathering dust in the corner, right? Just because your dreams of rocking out on stage are over doesn’t mean that lawnmower is gonna fix itself. Best to turn your old amp into a toolbox.
This cool toolbox was made by Redditor Maxatron4000 from an old Fishman guitar amplifier. As toolboxes go, it is pretty sweet. The drawers are made with 22-gauge sheet steel and have ball bearing slides for smooth sliding action. Those pulls? Modified 1/4″ audio plugs. Maxatron4000 was thinking about making these beauties to sell, but they just take too much time and work. Still, the result is really nice.


You can check out more images of the build here.

[via Hack A Day via Neatorama]