Guitar T-shirt that plays like a guitar!

I usually do not post stuff like this, but this is just such a great gadget, and when I saw it posted on facebook I could not hold myself from sharing it on here. It’s basically a tshirt that you can play like a real gutiar…just look at the video and you’ll see what I mean.

Check out the video to see it in action!

Click on the tshirts to be redirected to the Think Geek site that makes them.

Electronic Rock Guitar Shirt

Electronic Rock Guitar Shirt

there is also a kid’s tshirt option which is great:

Kids Electronic Rock Guitar Shirt

Kids Electronic Rock Guitar Shirt

Great stuff…I want to see more like this.

Product Features from the site.

  • 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

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  1. I am impressed nice blog will add it to fav to come back again

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