In Back to the Future, Marty loved to play the guitar. I’m thinking if he ever asked Doc Brown to make him a musical instrument, it might have looked like this. Sure, he’d have to learn to play the bass, but I’m sure he’d be fine with that.
Scare the filling out of your friends’ doughnuts with Ben Spear Makes Swords’ cool non-functioning replicas of Marceline’s ax bass and her gender-swapped counterpart’s six-string. They’re made of pine with nylon strings and steel knobs.
Each guitar is about 49″ long and weighs 5lb.,
Becoming a one man band is about to become way easier thanks to the DigiTech Trio, a guitar pedal that can automatically add drum and bass parts that match your guitar playing. It won’t fix your lyrics though.
The Roland TB-303 bass sequencer is one of electronic music’s founding fathers, which had its heyday in the early 1980s, and later became the backbeat to just about every piece of house and rave music ever recorded, and is still popular with musicians today.
Despite the increasing number of robotic musical acts, I’m still always tickled by the idea of a band that does away with the human element, and puts robots in their rightful place – to entertain their masters.
Man those Big Mouth Billy Bass things are annoying. Who buys this stuff? You know who you are, and one day you will need to answer for your crimes of purchase. This Star Wars Admiral Ackbar Singing Bass on the other hand is pretty awesome.
This guy has put God-knows-how-much money into the stereo in his Tahoe. It has three alternators under the hood just to give the stereo enough power to operate while the car is running. It also has a bunch of batteries all around the truck as well.
While there a million ways to take your audio with you, most of them involve rather meek, tinny sound, thanks to the physical limitations of most earbuds and small speaker tech.
The guys at digiZoid hope to overcome that problem with their newly-announced zo personal subwoofer system.
Attention imaginary Satrianis, your iPhone app is in the house: Air Guitar by Inedible Software. You’ll be shredding the atmosphere in no time at all, thanks to the app’s simple yet intuitive interface.
Instructions will appear when you open the app; hold the iPhone sideways and a small, chubby fretboard appears.
What is it these days with everyone jumping onto the blogging bandwagon? This bass guitar effect pedal tries to co-opt the popularity of blogs by donning the unlikely and unusual name “Bass Blogger”.
Electro-harmonix Bass Blogger doesn’t just try to hitch its wagon to the online star with its name.
When I came across this Guitar Hero controller made out of LEGO blocks, I was impressed. But once I found out it was fully-functional, I was blown away.
Built by LEGO fanatic David McNeely (aka Blue Star LEGOs), this is the third in his series of working Guitar Hero controllers.
I can definitely say I’ve never seen a subwoofer that looks quite like this one. Elemental Designs $2500 Dodecasub offers up ten individual ten-inch subwoofers in a single, geometrically striking package.
The enormous multi-element subwoofer looks like a giant twelve-sided die to me.
This pocket-sized speaker may look like nothing much, but it has some unique design properties that help it crank out some serious low-end.
The XMI X-Mini Capsule Speaker features a special vacuum chamber which opens up like an accordion.