Skull vacuum tubes

Noah Scalin has created some type of skull art every day for 5 years, and has documented it all on his blog Skull-A-Day.  I thought that the skulls that he painted onto vacuum tubes were pretty nifty.   Very appropriate for perhaps inside a metal guitar player’s amplifier, but I doubt very much that the paint would stay on with the heat generated.

Perhaps Noah could start selling these for $100 each to audiophiles, pitching them on the enhanced frequency response the skull tubes have over regular tubes.

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