Do you ever wonder what happened to all those original NES systems that we loved as kids? Are they floating around landfills? Still in your mom’s basement somewhere (that’s where mine is) or did they find new life through crafting? We can safely say that some of them are being used to today as the bodies for the NES Paul, the guitar with a gray box body.
This is a fully playable electric guitar made with the shell of an old school Nintendo Entertainment System. It’s fully playable, as a guitar. This box’s duck hunting days are long over with but it’s still a pretty kicking instrument.
It has all the parts to let you play your choice of rocking ballads, 8-bit or otherwise. It needs an amp to play, it is a real guitar after all, but if you’ve got that, you’re all ready to go. There are slight variations in the guitars depending on age of the system but they’re all in good shape. You can even have it customized with your favorite Nintendo character. If you’re a geek that loves music, then the NES Paul is $591.45.