Electronic Rock Guitar Bag

Electronic Rock Guitar Bag

While you can wear your musical instrument with items like the Electronic Guitar Shirt, Drum Kit Shirt, and Synthesizer Shirt, you can’t wear the same t-shirt everyday without people commenting on your hygiene, or lack thereof. With the Electronic Rock Guitar Bag, you can have your electronic guitar on hand everyday without smelling like an old gym sock.

Electronic Guitar Bag

With the Electronic Rock Guitar Bag, you can play all the major chords perfectly in-tune because they are recorded off a real electric guitar. There is a separate amplifier that features a tone adjustment and a volume control that goes all the way up to 11!

Electronic Guitar Amp

It isn’t just a toy guitar, this messenger back can carry a laptop with a screen up to 17″ along with plenty of other books and accessories. There are 2 large pockets and 6 small pockets. There’s even a cell phone pouch with zipper. Dress codes at work may prevent you from wearing a guitar t-shirt, but I doubt there is anything about playable guitar messenger bags in the employee handbook.

Inside Electronic Guitar Book Bag

Electronic Rock Guitar Bag

  • Bring your music on the road with this playable guitar messenger bag
  • Play all major chords, perfectly in tune every time
  • Great real rock sound
  • Big enough to hold a 17″ laptop and other necessities
  • Strum by rubbing your finger across the fingerboard
  • Mini guitar amp speaker clips to the bag
  • Speaker volume goes to 11 and has an adjustable tone knob
  • Two large pockets, six small pockets including a zippered cell phone pouch
  • Thick jet-black canvas construction with faux leather accents
  • Heavy duty guitar-style bag strap
  • Magnetic clasps hold main flap closed

Buy the Electronic Rock Guitar Bag for $49.99 at ThinkGeek.com.

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Ryan Cooper

About Ryan Cooper

Originally from Chicago, Ryan currently lives in San Diego, California. He has a Computer Engineering degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has worked at a range of high-tech companies from research powerhouse Bell Laboratories to leading semiconductor companies and Silicon Valley startups.

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