Guitar Boy: A Guitar Game Boy #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Can you imagine how fun it must be to play this guitar?! From BitFix via Gaming Gadgets:

It’s time to reveal my project for the build-off. For this competition I’ll be building a Raspberry Pi “portable” into a working electric guitar.

In order to fit the Game Boy theme, I’ll be tossing out the stock guitar body and building a new body from scratch that will resemble a DMG. Additionally, the Pi will be running RetroPie with GB, GBC, and GBA games. I will probably include NES games as well (maybe Turbografx too?) but not SNES games as adding X and Y buttons will throw off the DMG look. I’ll include L and R because they’ll be hidden on the back of the guitar body.

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