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Marshall Fridge goes to 11

Not too many minifridges know how to rock. This one does.

Will a half-stack stack up in the battle of the beer chillers?
Will a half-stack stack up in the battle of the beer chillers?
Marshall Fridge

Just like any other group of people with a common purpose, rock 'n' roll bands need to consider the things that are of utmost importance to them. Things like a fridge full of cold beer.

Before any band can get off the ground, first they must consider their equipment; guitars, amps, and drums are just the start. Designed to look like a classic Marshall amp half stack, the Marshall Fridge won't rattle any windows (one would hope), but it does hold 4.4 cubic feet of beer. A freezer incorporated on the top shelf is perfect for chilling down the hard stuff.

Outfitted with authentic Marshall parts and styling, the minifridge gets the details right. In addition to the power and standby switches, control knobs are included on the facing -- and yes, they do go to 11. While they may not actually control anything (seeing as they are labeled presence, bass, middle, treble, master, and preamp), they do add the appropriate tone to the appliance.

The Marshall Fridge will hit the stage in October 2012, retailing at a price of $299.

(Via Gizmodo)