Vibration control technology makes this guitar sound like a completely new instrument.
Okay, so maybe that's a bit of a stretch, but the iPhone powered gTar will let you fake your way through some tunes flawlessly even if you really can't play.
I'm always a sucker for anything James Bond related, so when someone makes a video showing a fleet of robotic quad-rotor helicopters playing the James Bond theme, I'm in secret agent heaven.
I'm not going to bore you with a lot of fancy talk about this Millenium Falcon guitar. Let's just say my enthusiasm for this guitar requires me to censor my speech to speech suitable to a level suitable for the workplace.
Is there anything more awesome than a gamer channeling his inner geek to create nerdtastic 8-bit music from old game consoles? This guy by the name of cTrix hooked an Atari 2600 up to some chip tunes and EQ pedals and created the gAtari — the Atari guitar.
John Taylor might be able to pluck out 600 beats per minute on a solo guitar, but there's no way he can handle one of Yoshihiko Satoh's 12-neck guitars. Not because he's not up to the challenge (the man likes to set the the bar extremely high), but because he physically can't — he doesn't have enough arms or fingers to reach all 12 guitar necks.
It takes a certain skill to play a guitar well and I'm not talking about playing Guitar Hero or air guitar. Meet John Taylor, the world's fastest guitarist. He can bust out 600 beats per minute without breaking the electric guitar or melting the fingerprints off his fingers.
Most alarm clocks make a pretty nasty sound to wake you from your slumber. Designer Jamie McMahon decided to fix that problem by building this acoustic alarm clock, that wakes you with a tune played on a real live instrument.
There are all kinds of cool looking guitars out there, but almost all of them still use stretched strings to make a sound. How old fashioned! The Hyper Touch Guitar brings guitar design into the 21st century by replacing the strings and fret board with a touch screen, giving it an unprecedented level of flexibility.
When cops in Sweden raided the house of a man they suspected was supplying weapons to local street gangs, they must have figured he was also into the local heavy metal scene from the electric guitar hanging on the wall. But then they found that the only music this instrument could play was the twin bangs of a double- barreled Shotgun.