Here is a Beer Bottle That is Also a Stereo

By: Lawrence Bonk

Honestly, listening to music has never been easier. From numerous smartphone apps to an expertly arranged series of seashells, rocking out to your favorite tunes is simple and convenient. Food and drink, however, are usually off limits. No matter how hard you try, hitting a chicken breast with a celery stalk does not produce a tone. You may never spin a record on top of a chicken, but you can now jam out with a beer bottle.

Beck's, the beer people and not the possessive form of the folk singer, has teamed up with a crew of recording engineers to turn a beer bottle into a fully functional phonograph player. It is technically a phonograph cylinder, otherwise known as an Edison tube. Whatever it's called, it works. Now you can hold on to all of your empties and claim you are starting a record collection.

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