These should be incorporated into a new competition sport and give those gits in the “US Air Guitar Championships” a run for their money. I can’t believe those smeg-heads actually win thousands of dollars for pretending to play an instrument. Meanwhile real musicians are out in the subways and streets playing for change. Bollocks!
Sorry, I’ve been watching to much Red Dwarf.
Playing Air Guitar is (aside from being just a little sad) a fundamental part of listening to rock music. The only problem with it is that there is that nagging lack of closure, that suspicion that basically you’re just waving your arms about doing, well, nothing much. Happily you can now add some authenticity and a whole lot more fun to the experience thanks to the Guitar Rockstar. This daft piece of kit provides you with the head and neck of a guitar and, believe it or not, invisible infra-red strings. You simply strum (or probably thrash) where the strings would be, and as your hand passes through the invisible beam, your efforts are rewarded by the sound coming out of the head. How brilliant is that? The head holds eight pre-recorded classic rock songs you can play along to – ‘Wild Thing’ by The Troggs, ‘Smoke on the Water’ by Deep Purple and ‘I Love Rock n Roll’ by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts to name but a few, or you can free play and use the buttons on the neck to control your chords from A to G. There are also input and output jacks so you can hook it up to speakers if you’re feeling brave, or headphones if you’re feeling charitable. It’s probably the most portable guitar ever made (albeit a toy one) and the ultimate accessory for any Air Guitarist who feels there’s something missing…