December 14, 2012
All Star Guitar
$149.95 for a fake guitar that you can plug your iPad into.  I play the guitar (poorly), and would love an easier way to do it, but I can’t imagine pulling this bad boy out at a party without expecting heaping amounts of ridicule.  There is no way you could ever use this product outside of your own bedroom.  Trying to pass this off as a legitimate instrument would be the equivalent of playing “Guitar Hero” and claiming that since you clicked buttons along with the game, you can now play “Stairway to Heaven”.  A selling point in the description is that it can “easily play thousands of songs”.  So can an mp3 player, and you can buy a cheap one for $10.00.  There, I just saved you $140.00.  Don’t say this blog never did anything for you.

All Star Guitar

$149.95 for a fake guitar that you can plug your iPad into.  I play the guitar (poorly), and would love an easier way to do it, but I can’t imagine pulling this bad boy out at a party without expecting heaping amounts of ridicule.  There is no way you could ever use this product outside of your own bedroom.  
Trying to pass this off as a legitimate instrument would be the equivalent of playing “Guitar Hero” and claiming that since you clicked buttons along with the game, you can now play “Stairway to Heaven”.  
A selling point in the description is that it can “easily play thousands of songs”.  So can an mp3 player, and you can buy a cheap one for $10.00.  There, I just saved you $140.00.  Don’t say this blog never did anything for you.

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