When you first hear “Electronic Guitar Bag”, the first thing that comes to mind will probably be a guitar-shaped gig bag that people use to carry their electric guitars around. Well, ThinkGeek is here to destroy that notion with the launch of its new Electronic Guitar Bag. Firstly it’s not even a guitar-shaped bag, it comes in the form of a messenger bag, and you’ll have to try really hard to squeeze a guitar into one of these things (an Ukulele might work though).
What makes it so special is that it comes with an attached amp (with tone and volume knobs) and a playable guitar design. All users have to do is press a button on the guitar neck and strum across the image of the guitar and sound will emanate from the speakers (by the way, this guitar plays all major chords only). In addition to being a musical instrument, it is large enough for you to fit in a 17″ laptop and other necessities, so it plays its role as a regular bag as well. It is powered by four AAA batteries (not included) and can be yours for $49.99. Head over to ThinkGeek to check it out or purchase it.
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