Calling this overdrive pedal the "Skull Crusher" makes a good deal of sense since you're going to be continually stepping on it's head.
This is a personal labial massage device to help relax players after a long practice session or difficult gig. Some people use it as a warm up as well.
There's special place in my heart for a company that uses names like Rot Yr Brain, Hax, Robot Devil, Romance Explosion and Great Destroyer.
The graphics are a little too pretty considering the nature of the audio mayhem they produce.
Dwarfcraft had enough Oddity-worthy goodness to warrant two entries this year.
This is kind of like Scrabble for musicians. You build chords vertically and scales on the diagonals. I wonder what it takes to crit?
Jackson knows that nothing says "Rock 'N Roll" like the huge stacked pile of dead people.
With a strap like that you can really nail your solos (sorry). For liability reasons, I think this custom shop model should come with a complimentary tetanus shot.
Make sure to click on the image to see the larger version with the swank chandelier they had in their booth.
For many people, a mic is like a toothbrush, sharing one with someone can be kind of nasty.
Like a condom in your wallet, you might want to keep one of these wipes handy for those times you need protection.
Karaoke systems ought to be sold with a case of these.
Speaking of funk, like a science experiment gone horribly wrong, this could be used as a cautionary tale of what could be growing in your sax should you neglect your horn.
This is the perfect product for the programmer who wants to practice fretting during breaks in coding, or maybe it's the perfect product for the guitar player who needs to rest his wrists during breaks in fretting practice.
I wonder if there's something like carbon credits for leather? Maybe buying a bunch of these would allow you to buy a leather jacket guilt-free.
What could be more appropriate for Two Old Hippies to give away than a vintage VW van?
My daughter was quite disappointed that I didn't enter and go back to NAMM on Saturday for the drawing.
No doubt they offer their guitars with vegan straps.
Jocavi is making a wide range of difussors in various shapes and colors, most of which would be right at home in Willy Wonka's factory.
There's something to be said for the simplicity of using a piece of wire to make a connection. Their Rockbox headphone amp has a built-in limiter to prevent your ears being blown out in event of catastrophic sound guy failure.
In a valiant attempt to make that elusive connection between playing Guitar Hero and playing a real instrument, Zivix has created a guitar that can be used as a Guitar Hero (or Rock Band) controller.
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