Seattle-area children are traditionally raised from well before conception in the warm glow of the family reverb-tank micro-amp SPACE CHILLER, as a means of dissipating the eternal gloom as well as staying creative during the long 18 months of near-winter every year. That there's the reason why Seattle contributed so very largely to the collective oeuvre referred to so often as 'music'. Yes, from Seattle's own Björk to Seattle's own Nickelback to Seattle's own Elvis Presley, there's one thing in common: the one-room salmon smokery, the rain, and cowering in the terrifying darkness desperately clutching a pink Hello Kitty 3/4 scale Squier at the feet of the family SPACE CHILLER. They have it in their blood, like okra, and lobster, and haggis; those other go-to traditions of the great Northwest.
Adroitly hewn from the finest Chinese space-heater-coil stock, and carefully tuned through years of bouncing around in the back of a handyman's Volvo between such landmarks as Humptulips and Electron; Washtucna and Sedro-Woolley, this exquisite upcycled heirloom vintage family SPACE CHILLER stoically bears the patina of the ring of fire from which pyroclasticly flowed such musical greats as Led Zepplin and Yanni. Here's your chance to feel a part of that great time to be alive.
'Are you kidding me? This thing is more 'Seattle' than Seattle's own Neil Diamond!' -New York recording artist Dave Matthews
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