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Synthesizer Necklace Incapable of Playing a Bad Note

by Paul Strauss
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Girls with style who also happen to enjoy the sound of electronic music will love this necklace, done up to look just like a tiny synthesizer. While it doesn’t actually play a tune, it still looks awesome.

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The mini synthesizer necklace is made by Jen Murse of plastique. It’s laser-cut from various bits of acrylic, layered together to form the complete keyboard shape. What I really love about this thing is just how much depth it has. The keys and levers actually have real dimensionality to them, and if my fingers were small enough, I’d want to try and play with them.

For those of you interested in picking one of these up for yourself or your significant other, the necklace measures about 2.7″ wide by .75″ tall by .3″ thick, and ships on an 18″ gold plated chain. You can also request different chains, but that will affect the price. The keyboard necklace is going for just $50 (USD) over on Etsy.

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