Play A Working Electric Guitar T-Shirt

Finally, Something Geekier Than Keytars...      29/10/09

Think Geek has introduced the Electronic Rock Guitar Shirt - a "playable guitar" built into a t-shirt.

According to Think Geek:

Now you can purchase one of these fine Electronic Rock Guitar Shirts and get a little wearable ROCK magic for yourself. The Electronic Guitar Shirt is not a toy that plays pre-canned musical riffs, it is a real musical instrument that allows you to play your favorite songs and sound great doing it. All major chords are recorded from a real electric guitar, and the included magnetic pick allows you to strum just like you would a real guitar. The included mini amp clips to your belt and gets plenty loud with great sounding amplification circuitry. The tone knob on the amp lets you adjust the sound just like a real guitar.

Features:

  • Belt out your favorite rock tunes on this t-shirt based real playable electric guitar
  • Great real rock sound
  • Play all major chords
  • Strum by waving the included magnetic pick over the strings
  • Mini guitar amp speaker clips to your belt
  • Volume goes to 11
  • Adjustable tone knob
  • Electronic components are easily removed from the shirt for washing
  • Includes two magnetic picks
  • Picks stick to speaker grill for easy storage
  • Requires 4 x AAA Batteries. Not included

Pricing and Availability

The Electronic Rock Guitar Shirt is available now for $29.99. 

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James Lewin
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