Maxim Dalton’s Guitar Lessons is a noteworthy performance, with 35 of the world’s most amazing axes on a single 19″x25″ poster; it includes Slash, Hendrix, Clapton, and more.
The 80s techno auto-tuning makes us want to PVP everything in sight, but Meet Me in Azeroth is worth the pain; this 5 minute music video should be required viewing for Bard Heroes.
Workwear maker Carhartt teams up with Vestax for a special edition Handy Trax; the portable turntable includes a dynamic balanced tone arm, built-in speaker, and tough plastic casing.
It’s music to our 4WD ears: Julian Smith and his friends turn a Jeep Cherokee into an automotive orchestra with Techno Jeep; it took two weeks of rehearsal and seven hours of filming.
Belkin’s Bluetooth Music Receiver may not be the first, but we’re digging the small size; it supports A2DP and will pair with any BT-capable cellphone or media player up to 33 feet away.
DIY doesn’t get much more legit than Harrison Krix: the professional prop creator was commissioned by Daft Punk to replicate a gold helmet and outlines the entire process here.
The Beat Thang Machine is a fully mobile music production system, able to go 6 hours on a charge; it features a 3.5″ LC, 3,000+ sounds, onboard sampling/resampling, and USB in/out.
Adam Sandler’s legendary Chanukah Song gets an equally legendary animated music video by Teqtonik with Neil Diamond on vocals and Guns N’ Roses’ Dj Ashba on guitar.
If you like eBoy’s isometric pixel art, Beat It! is a beat machine/rhythm game a-la Tap Tap that brings those sprites to life; it features 50 animated levels along with a freestyle mode.
If you haven’t put up your lights yet, don’t bother: Christmas Light Hero is an audio/visual double whammy-bar of garage lighting hooked up to a playable game of Guitar Hero.
The Muppets ring in the holidays with another 1080p performance, this time singing (or meeping) Ringing of the Bells; be sure to rock out to Bohemian Rhapsody if you haven’t already.
Flash on, dude: HexoLights are red, yellow, and blue LED light pods that sync with any sound source including iPods any consoles; snap them together to build your own custom set-up.
Set to music by Manabe Takayuki, Sugimoto Kousuke’s seemingly endless The TV Show will blow your mind; it’s an independent effort by Kousuke, who is a self-taught animator.
Pass Labs’ new X260.5 is a 260-watt mono-block amplifier in a manageable size; the high power A/B amplifier features Super-Symmetry topology, which reduces distortion and noise 100x.
Minimalist but by no means musically impaired, Thomas Mascall’s Touchtable concept is 1/8 the size of a DJ setup; the turntable can create sample loops, cue points, and wireless battles.
Life is just awesomer with a soundtrack: NASA’s JSC remixes Space Shuttle Atlantis’ ascent video to eclectic music that is part BSG, part Lord of the Rings and part Lord of the Dance.
MintPass’ Mint Cube music player concept mixes minimalism with good ol’ analog UI: the 2″x2″x2″ gadget is not only covered with buttons but gauges for battery, volume, and frequency.
Canon vs. Nikon becomes Capulet vs. Montague with Nikon Girl, a hilarious music video that recasts the classic feud of lens & bodies as Romeo & Juliet; warning: slightly NSFW.
Tonal but not tone-deaf, the BlakRoc Camaro celebrates the collaborative BlakRoc album; it sports tinted windows, smoked taillights, 22″ Lexani rims, and a 500 W amp w/subwoofer.
Best seen and heard in the video above, the Bliptronic 5000 is an LED synthesizer that is simple in concept yet awesomely creative: it can be tethered to an infinite number of Bliptronics.
Yoko Ono takes an avant garde-axe to John Lennon and company with this brilliantly hilarious Rock Band Beatles parody, which envisions freshman Fab Four playing Call of Duty 4.
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