Posted on by Walter Bryant


There is no better example of the central role of music in video games than Nintendo’s classic Legend of Zelda series. 1998’s classic Ocarina of Time introduced a unique musical-style of game play, letting the player control the action via the titular wind instrument. Ocarina’s sequel, Majora’s Mask, integrates even more music-centric game play, giving Link three new instruments: Deku pipes, Goron bongo drums, and the Zora fish skeleton guitar.

This ultra-rare Jackson is a replica of the Zora guitar, hand carved and painted by Jackson Custom Shop luthier Dan Lawrence. The original instrument was commissioned by Nintendo Power magazine for a 2001 Player’s Poll giveaway with another six instruments produced for display and sale, making this instrument an absolute must-have for any Zelda fanatic!

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