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Alpaca Carbon Fiber Guitar Is Designed to Let You Rock out Anywhere

by Shane McGlaun

I’m not a musician. I never learned to play the guitar, although I tried when I was a kid. When I couldn’t go from beginner to full-on rock star in a month I gave it up. But despite my lack of musical ability, one thing I do know is that guitars can be pretty easily broken. If you’re the sort of person that likes to travel off the beaten path and keep your guitar handy, a fragile wooden guitar can be a problem.┬áThis is where a company called Alpaca steps in with its durable Carbon Fiber Travel Guitar.

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Not only is carbon fiber lightweight, it’s also incredibly strong allowing the guitar to go anywhere the musician might want with the ability to withstand elements. In addition to carbon fiber, the guitar is created from flax fabric, and bio-derived resins.

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Alpaca promises that this combination of materials creates an incredibly strong instrument that still offers a brilliant resonant sound. The guitar also has an embedded daisychain on the back giving a universal attachment to any of your outdoor gear, and its strap is made from rugged paracord. The Alpaca Guitar is built in the United States and will cost you $575(USD).

The only downside is that you can’t smash this thing on stage.




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Comments (2):

  1. Bug Stomper says:

    Why are the ‘machine head’ knobs on the bottom? So they’ll get broken? What if you were born with an butthole on your forehead?

  2. Bug Stomper says:

    Why are the ‘machine head’ knobs on the bottom? So they’ll get broken? What if you were born with an ****hole on your forehead?

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