Lego building blocks have inspired designers and artists to create things that they could not really create in actuality. Many Lego enthusiasts have just used those awesome blocks to crate anything from Concorde Plane models to detailed resort and hotel plans. Come to think of it, Lego building blocks were meant for children many decades ago. Dave Chatterson has created a cool Lego replica of the famous Fender Princeton Reverb amp. All that he sued were the Lego building block bricks for the body.
The amplifier replica is so detailed that it comes with knobs, switches, cabinets, grille, jacks, reverb tank, power cord and even a footswitch! The removable Lego chassis and even Lego wires, tubes, transformers, capacitors and everything else that you would see in an original Fender Amp: Princeton Reverb. The only issue could be that there is no way you could use this at a concert successfully. It however makes up for that by being ultra cool and super awesome.
Perhaps you could build your Lego guitar or a Lego drum kit to match with this. You could then go ahead and have your own Lego concert for your friends’ amusement! If you are not really the musical type and would rather have something more mechanical, try the Lego Ferrari 250 GTO in order to speed down the racing lap. If that would not do either, you are the perfect geek who doesn’t like racing or jamming. In that case, a Lego NES would enthrall and make you go crazy!
Via: Geek Alerts