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Jeri Ellsworth C64 bass guitar explained

Posted on Wednesday, July 11th, 2012 in DIY, hacks by DP

We talked to Jeri (@6:22) at this years Bay Area Maker Faire about her C64 bass guitar. In this video she goes into the internals of her project.

Jeri shows a bass guitar she build from an old C64. It uses the original sound chip (SID 6581) for keytar and string sounds.

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One Response to “Jeri Ellsworth C64 bass guitar explained”

  1. Moisés says:

    Very impressive project, much complicated, congratulations.

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