A sea horse shaped guitar because sometimes you want to swim, not strum? Meet the $1200 sea creature that wants to be a guitar !
Move over, standard Telecasters because who needs a regular run-of-the-mill Telecaster when you can have one that looks like it’s ready to strike at any moment?
Are you ready for the ultimate showdown between two guitars, an epic guitar battle between two of the craziest instruments out there?
The Pacmancaster, the guitar that has a whole bunch of shapes depending on who’s looking at it. It’s like a walking Rorschach test of guitar design.
Is this a guitar or a self-defense weapon? Well, it’s a jaw-dropping, fist-pumping, and face-slapping instrument that may just redefine how you see guitars.
In the bizarre world of guitar repairs, there are legends of brave souls attempting the extraordinary, the audacious, and the downright insane. Hold your frets!
Johnny Marr’s Spirit Strat is so bonkers, it’ll make your head spin faster than you can say “Fender” ! Nine pickups ! That’s like a magnetic field on steroids !
Nothing says “rock ‘n’ roll glory” like illuminating your living room with the remnants of a mutilated guitar.
Wait, do I click once or twice to turn it off? Is this some kind of Morse code for guitarists? Or have I accidentally pulled a pedal rabbit out of a hat?
Picture this: you’ve got a bass guitar that’s heavier than a sumo wrestler at an all-you-can-eat buffet. What do you do? You unleash the power of weight relief!
That must be the wildest attempt at converting a humble 6-string guitar into a mind-boggling 12-string masterpiece.
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to another edition of the “Let’s Laugh at Guitars” show! This headless guitar takes the discomfort to a whole new level.