How's this for alcohol by volume?
The Fender Custom Shop are no strangers to luscious guitar hardware. From signature models, made to the exact standards of stadium-filling acts, to enviable creations like this Fabergé egg Stratocaster, they're the musical equivalent of Pimp My Ride.
The latest creation to roll out of their dream factory is this - the Fender 80 Proof Blues Junior Amplifier, made entirely out of reclaimed whisky barrels. Does the whisky aid the sound in any way? Probably not - but we bet it smells fantastic.
Rather than covering the wooden hardware in the usual faux-leather cover, the custom amp leaves its wooden construction exposed - showing off the curves and stains of its repurposed barrels.
Brass metalwork covers the dials and control board, while a stitched leather handle rounds off the unique look. An all-tube amp, this little number chugs along at 15 watts, powering a Jensen P12Q 12-inch speaker.
Anyone lusting after one will have to move quickly - selling for £1,313 ($1,999), the Proof Blues Junior is limited to a run of 100 models (though that number could grow if the team at Fender work their way through a few more barrels).
And yes, it does go up to 11.