James Hasskin has taken the Korg Kaossilator, a touchpad synth, and packed it into the shell of a Guitar Hero guitar; the result is a techno-tastic axe mashup with 100 sound effects.
No need to get too stuffy at your next formalwear event: these Guitar Hero Cufflinks hint at your gaming proclivities and are detailed from the colored buttons down to the whammy bar.
The final project for U. of Derby student Jason Heredia, the Arcus Collapsible Guitar folds down to half its size; Floyd Rose locking nuts reduce the need to retune after collapsing.
Proof that man can make a sport of anything give enough time (and boredom), above is a video of the Austin Air Guitar Preliminaries; the actual contest begins 5/3, with finals 6/12.
Brooklyn-based Bowoo creates high quality, stylish guitar bags with limited runs of 20 to 25; currently available is their Standard, which handles classical up to 000 size acoustics.
Zivix’s Headliner Guitar seeks to blur the line between Rock Band/Guitar Hero axes and the real deal; billed as a “real digital guitar”, we hope its strings aren’t all show and no go.
This Deluxe Stratocaster Coffee Table is a must for fans of the Strat; it’s made in the USA with vintage-tinted hand-selected maple and sports six flush-mounted tuning peg caps.
Perfection is only a click away with Guitar: Impossible; he uses the miracle of video editing, over 1,000 cuts and 6 hours of tabbing to make a perfect, if staccato-ey rendition of Mozart.
Produced to Eddie’s exact specs, the EVH Wolfgang Electric Guitar is the result of two years of R&D and testing; it’s identical to the Wolfgang guitars he records and performs with.
Regal Clothing Co. is known for their in-your-face apparel, but this Guitar Hero Pick tee is probably one of their tamer pieces; it comes with a free Air Guitar (wink wink, nudge nudge).
You might not be rockin’ like Jimi Hendrix, Slash or Van Halen anytime soon, but this Maestro Guitar Aid concept employs training lasers to help beginners get acquainted with their axe.
Considered the holy grail of guitars (Keith Richard and Eric Clapton have played it) the 1959 Gibson Les Paul Standard has a 50th anniversary edition out, limited to 500 pieces.
It might get us impaled playing Rock Band or Guitar Hero, but that won’t stop us from ogling this PS3 Warbeast Guitar; angles aside, it features a glowing strumbar and faceplates.
Its composite back may scare guitar purists, but the Ovation Idea’s tech is super sweet: preamp for live gigs, built-in mp3 recorder with condenser mic, and playback for practicing.
Classical guitarists are finally getting love with Blackbird’s Rider Nylon; the nearly indestructible carbon fiber body stays, but with nylon strings, side-address tuners and wider spacing.
Gene Simmons is our hero–guitar hero, that is. This Axe Guitar (Wii, PS3/PS2) works with both GH and RB and takes badassery to a whole new level; its got both a strum and whammy bar.
We’re man enough to confess our man crushes, but this Guitar Hero: World Tour ad is almost too much; it’s got Tony Hawk, Michael Phelps, A-Rod and Kobe doing Risky Business in their skivvies.
Logitech has finally weighed in with its own wireless Guitar Hero controller, and it’s a looker: materials include a rosewood fingerboard and metal frets. Also: a Neck Slider for World Tour.
Tired of stock Guitar Hero and Rock Band controllers? Peak’s Starpex Guitars mimic the real thing; they’re heavier, feature muted strum buttons and get three awesome color schemes.
If you’re gonna splurge on an axe, we suggest this Harley Davidson Fender Stratocaster Guitar; it and two of its brothers are being auctioned off, with proceeds going to the MDA.
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