The iconic Marshall Amp, used by bands all over the world for 50 years, has been turned into a fridge complete with dials that go up to 11.

Unfortunately, the Marshall Fridge isn’t really an amp, but it’s hard to tell at first glance.

It’s made from authentic amp parts, including black fret cloth veneer, brass rivets and white piping. The engraved signature of founder Jim Marshall also features.  

The door is reversible “to cater for left and right handed guitarists”.

The fridges capacity is 112.6 litres, inside it has adjustable glass shelves and there is space for 2-litre bottles in the door. There’s even a freezer compartment.

If you fancy a slice of rock’n’roll in your kitchen the Marshall Fridge will set you back £399, it’s available now from Firebox.