Turn your iPhone into a full-fledged guitar with this wacky accessory. Your iPhone snaps into the neck, providing a fretboard and strumming area, while the base adds an amp and speaker.
This electric guitar/synth works as a controller for your computer’s music apps, and you can play it stand-alone if you don’t want to connect a PC or Mac. You can even use it to control Rock Band.
Steffest created a music app and installed it on multiple Android and WinMo phones, and an iPod Touch. He then taped ’em all together to make a crazy guitar, and proceeded to play Cracklin’ Rose.
Guitar players looking for a way to stand out on stage, take a look at these LED picks from Santa Cruz Light Wells. The picks can even be used as a light-up metronome to keep you on beat.
Jazz musician Pat Metheny is currently touring with a robotically controlled orchestra called the Orchestrion Project – a wide range of instruments with whom he can freely improvise and control.
Consider us bitten and smitten with DBZ’s ultra-swank Venom Guitar; it features a faux snakeskin airbrushed texture, Floyd Rose bridge, gold hardware, and trademark DBZ shape.
Shred with the undead with this Zombies Guitar Pick pack; the six picks are a no-brainer if you’re into death metal, although it’s rumored that shamblers tend to prefer cranberries.
Apple geeks can geek-out with their axe courtesy Paul Reed Smith’s GuitarBud: it’s a cable system w/iPhone app that lets you connect your iPhone and headphones to your electric guitar.
Gibson teams up with legendary rocker Slash with the Appetite for Destruction guitar; it’s a 1958-60 Les Paul Standard with Slash humbucking pickups and a Slash-style reverse chevron.
Seven45 Studios’ upcoming PS3/Xbox 360 game Power Gig is a double-whammy for Guitar Hero/Rock Band fans: it hooks up a real axe up to your console for chording or chord play.
Unlike their pricey axes, Gibson’s App for the iPhone and iPod Touch is totally free; like their guitars, it’s a high quality app with tuner, metronome, 30 chord charts, and lessons.
Gibson honors Grammy & CMA winner Randy Scruggs with 100 Advanced Jumbo acoustic guitars; the round-shouldered dreadnoughts are made with Sitka spruce and solid rosewood.
Gibson’s 50th Anniversary 1960 ES-335TD revisits the most legendary semi-hollow electric guitar ever; it features a fast neck profile, dot fingerboard inlays and period-correct hardware.
Sing (or stomp) a sweet tune with Apogee’s GiO; the USB guitar interface is controlled by foot and includes five effects buttons, five transport control butons, and next/previous buttons.
It may look like an axe, but the Misa Digital Guitar a completely different instrument; this string-less Linux-powered MIDI controller features 24 frets and a multifunction touchscreen.
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.
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.
Grammy award winner Keb’ Mo’ and Gibson take blues back to its acoustic roots with the Bluesmaster; limited to 300 pieces, it’s a flat-top L-series guitar with an L.R. Baggs Element pickup.
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.
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.
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.
Limited to 1,000 units: the Dusk Tiger Guitar is Gibson’s most advanced ever with piezo and magnetic pickups, a full-color LED master control knob, and 98 tone and 99 tuning positions.
AC/DC lead guitarist Angus Young’s legendary guitar is now available in a 250 piece run, 50 signed by Angus himself; all of the reproductions sport upgrades requested by Angus.
Gibson redesigns the classic 7-String Explorer for the 21st century with a glossy ebony nitrocellulose finish, mahogany neck/body, EMG pickups, 25k linear pot and Grover Rotomatics.
It looks like a Fender Amp, but use the volume knob on the Blackface HotSeat and the cushion pops open to reveal space for all your strings, pedals, and tabs; each seat is hand built.
Professional air guitarists finally have an instrument worthy of their lightweight talents: the Electronic Rock Guitar t-shirt is actually playable and includes a mini amp and magnetic picks.
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