No warm tones here, just a cool authentic Marshall Fridge with realistic looks and amp control knobs that go up to 11.
This fridge can easily be mistaken for a new Jim Marshall signature amplifier with genuine Marshall facing and logos.
The Marshall Fridge sports amazing front panel details, with Jim's signature on the face of the head along with the usual switches, knobs and jack inputs.
What makes this fridge special though are the numbers on the control knobs - they all go to eleven right across the board - a design that was probably taken from the lost scrap book of Nigel from the great band Spinal tap. While most "blokes" are stuck with amps that go to ten - this fridge will let you release some of your stress -by letting you tweak its dummy control knobs to eleven, "one louder". As of this writing, it is still not clear what the knobs will do, but we will find out on its release in October.
Once you open the front panel, you will find that it is a chiller with 4.4 cu ft. of space that works as a convenient canned drink storage. Marshall Fridge is said to be a high efficiency freezer - Energy Star, UL and RoHS compliant.
Obviously this cool refrigerator will definitely be a hot commodity - perfect for studios and bars. It would also make a great home fridge to show off to your pals.
Here is a short video that showcases the Marshall Fridge:
The Marshall Fridge Store is set to open soon with their products expected to ship starting October 1, 2012.
Marshall announced that you can get this cool amp looking fridge for a special introductory price of $299.
For more information, you can visit MarshallFridge.com.
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