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Mogabi did a hell of a lot more with their travel guitar than just making a more portable electric instrument. They basically made a portable recording studio and stuck it inside a foldable guitar. To use it, take it out of the case, unfold the audio box from the neck, attach the frame, and start playing. There’s 32 gigs of internal storage, which should be enough to store roughly 300 songs, and there’s an option to attach a 3.5mm microphone to record vocals alongside whatever you’re playing. There’s also reverb, Bluetooth, and a mix-mode, the last one enabling you to play duets and quartets with yourself. The Kickstarter page is full of videos and testimonials, but we think the one that showcases the guitar’s capabilities best is the one where the guy takes it parasailing and records a song at studio quality.

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