The Fine Bros.’ epic Answers Song Parody wonders if LOST’s mysteries will ever be found; writers: better pull a rabbit out of a hatch or so help us Jacob we’ll sic the smoke monster on you.
Budda and Mark Nason team up for the MN-100, a 100 watt three-channel tube guitar amplifier head wrapped in Nason’s leather; also: the MN-412, a similarly wrapped 4×12 cabinet.
Mad props to tie-dyed mad scientist, IBM Fellow, and The Colony cast member John Cohn for his Engineering Paradise music video; he puts the gangsta in gadgets, motha-boarders.
Turn yourself into a one-man bah-bah-band with Voice Band: this iPhone app will transform your voice into one of ten instruments in real time; it includes guitars, bass, sax, and drums.
Available late 2010, Teenage Engineering’s OP-1 is a synth, sampler, and controller all-in-one with FM radio, accelerometer, AMOLED display, scissor switch keys, and aluminum unibody.
Praised by professional guitarists, Line 6’s Relay G30 is a 6-channel stompbox-style 2.4GHz digital wireless system with 10Hz-20Khz frequency response and 120dB dynamic range.
Korg’s Sound on Sound is loud and clear with its unique selling point: it’s able to record unlimited tracks; it also packs a speaker, mic, Sound Stretch, and microSDHC card slot.
From the same DJ who brought us the fantastic UPular Remix: Arnold is back in a big way with Skynet Symphonic, composed of sound clips from Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
The EverTune Bridge promises to make retuning guitars a thing of the past thanks to an adaptive spring tensioner; it maintains constant tension on the strings, keeping them in tune forever.
The Fab Four becomes the Fab 156 with Starbucks’ Love Project; musicians from 156 countries sang The Beatles’ “All You Need Is Love” at exactly the same time on December 7, 2009.
Jaybird’s Sportsband hits a small, but underserved niche; ideal for fit multitaskers, the headphones sport an adjustable band, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR/A2DP, button controls, and microphone.
LipsonRobotics’ Speaker Bot will crush lesser docks with ease; this one-of-a-kind robot is made from reclaimed parts and packs a speaker in its torso and iPod Dock in its base.
Air guitars a bit too uncouth? The String Trio app turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into an air violin, viola, or cello; control the tempo, speed, and strength while playing one of 40 songs.
Atila Rossito’s LOP concept is a 21st century version of the disco ball: it not only serves as a party-sized iPod speaker and dock, but streams movies and images along its surface.
YouTube’s Pantless Knights spoof Lonely Island’s I’m On A Boat with I’m On A Mac ft. PC-Pain and two Jobs; it may be pro-Apple, but it’s more a reason not to be a fanboy of any camp.
If you’re a true-blooded chocobo, seven-letter hero, or adventurer with a thing for thickets, we promise you’ll shed happy triforce tears over Brentalfloss’ Final Fantasy with Lyrics.
Sanctioned by Disney Pixar, Australian DJ Pogo’s UPular is a fantastic remix that puts Russell on the mic; it’s composed using chords, bass notes, and vocal samples from Up. Thanks, Alan!
You’ve seen the axe, now meet the man: It Might Get Loud is an electric guitar documentary that follows Jimmy Page, U2’s The Edge (aka David Evans) and White Stripes’ Jack White.
Don’t get burned by bad science: astronomically-correct a capella group The Chromatics sings The Sun Song, an ultra high-energy composition complete with NASA imagery.
Gibson and legendary Led Zep guitarist Jimmy Page team up for the Number Two Les Paul; this custom guitar recreates Jimmy’s own ’59 Standard and is limited to 325 pieces.
Nike’s MVPuppets do a full sleigh press with Santa Raps; Blitzen calls old-rhymer Clause to the court, who quickly laces up and lays down the law courtesy Kobe and LeBron.
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