This product is so environmentally conscious it is its own shipping box.
If it's a place where the sun doesn't shine, should there really be music there?
Either this guy has some Targaryen blood in him, or the pyrotechnic devices really aren't going to burn down the venue.
In a world plagued by audible click tracks, Brennerman restores silence to studios everywhere.
I expected to see Sean Connery throwing rifles out of the mouth of this truss construct.
You might not want to take this on a plane, I can just see the look of bewilderment when the TSA agent sees these on the scanner.
…almost. KeytarJeff shows us that indulgent guitar solos aren't just for guitar players any more.
…through crappy little speakers.
Questionable fashion sense aside, this seems like a useful product for those who need to ship instruments.
I couldn't actually see the foot-controlled Smash Mouse in action because all they had was a non-working prototype. They did however have other things to step on.
A vocal booth for one.
If a band doing a club tour were to have this van, they could make money on the road.
This is a good use for all those old cassette tapes you've got in a box in your garage.
By making giant Lego versions of the speaker they're upping the relative resolution but they're probably only up to maybe 12 bits at best.
And they ride right back up.
Just because I can't think of any reason not to combine a drum, a clock and a vinyl album doesn't mean that it shouldn't be done.
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