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Giant tortilla chip turned into `playable` electric guitar

Visitors admire a 1955 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop guitar belonging to David Gilmour of Pink Floyd (R) and a sunburst Fender Stratocaster formerly owned by Jimi Hendrix (L) at the 'Travelling Guitars' exhibition at the Cite de la Musique in Paris October 10, 2006.  Hendrix burned the Stratocaster on stage at the London Astoria in 1967. It was then given to Frank Zappa during his tour with Hendrix at the Miami Pop Festival in 1968. Zappa decided to restore the guitar to working order in 1978.     REUTERS/Benoit Tessier  (FRANCE)
Visitors admire a 1955 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop guitar belonging to David Gilmour of Pink Floyd (R) and a sunburst Fender Stratocaster formerly owned by Jimi Hendrix (L) at the 'Travelling Guitars' exhibition at the Cite de la Musique in Paris October 10, 2006. Hendrix burned the Stratocaster on stage at the London Astoria in 1967. It was then given to Frank Zappa during his tour with Hendrix at the Miami Pop Festival in 1968. Zappa decided to restore the guitar to working order in 1978. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)

Washington D.C, Oct 28: Latest custom guitar is edible as it is made from a giant tortilla chip that withstands the tension of the strings.

Created by Atlanta Props, the Chip Guitar was created for Moe’s Southwest Grill in celebration of the Mexican food chain giving away a load of free queso, the Independent reported.

Sadly there was no shot of the Chip Guitar being dipped in salsa mid-shred in the accompanying video, as its creator promptly smashed it over an amp after playing a chord. (ANI)