It’s a man-cave sized fridge disguised as a Marshall half-stack. And it's construction is so 'bang on', you won't be able to tell it's not a real amp.
According to the ad, it’s got authentic Marshall facing, just over 4cu feet of space (it can hold a few cases of beer) and most importantly, control knobs that actually go to 11!
Lemmy Kilmister uses Marshall and here's what he has to say about the legendary sound blasters. "Marshall amps and speakers have stood behind me on every continent in
the world (except Africa) and I have never found anyone better to have
at my back".
I don't smoke cigarettes, however I do enjoy smoking cigars. And I just discovered this new brand called: Paul Stulac Cigars.
The Stulac line of cigars made their debut at the 2011 International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers Association (IPCPR) trade show.
And since then they've been growing in popularity. According to sources online, the cool ornate packaging which includes one of the sickest bands I've ever seen on a cigar, is designed to appeal to the biker and military crowds.
From their website: Our cigars are hand rolled in Esteli Nicaragua using long filler Nicaraguan tobacco and an Ecuadorian Habana or Brazilian Maduro wrapper. The cigars have a medium body and complex flavor that will appeal to the most discerning cigar smoker. They are available in five sizes: Ghost, Angel, Phantom, Skull and Cross.
Brian Hewitt of Stogie Review had this to say about the Paul Stulac Angel: It isn’t nearly as sinister as the band might lead you to believe. It’s like the cigar equivalent of a rough looking biker that turns out to be a big softy.
They've got a relatively small following but some celebs have taken a shine to em' like Sergio Galli, guitarist with the band Platinum Blonde. OK, bad example.
(Rockin' Rodney and Pierce Brosnan)
But hey, if they're good enough for James Bond they're good enough for me.