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Keytar is a fun musical instrument. It is a cross between a synthesizer keyboard and a guitar. Play some classic synth, piano and drum loops.
Now enjoy the 4th instrument of our musical instrument, this time a modern instrument- Keytar-also called Keyboard Guitar.What is a keytar?A keytar...
BandBot is a highly intelligent band name generating, keytar playing robot. He uses advanced band name algorithms and a built-in database of over...
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This game will make you remenisce about the 80's. Robeat Boys consist of Analog Man and Digital Man and the boys tried in the 80's to fight the...
Electro. Kraftwerk invented it in the seventies. Hip hop jacked it in eighties. Techno took it underground in the nineties. And then strange things...
Thank you, Kickstarter. Our dreams of seeing David Hasselhoff do the splits, lean on a Lambo and ride a dinosaur have all come true.
A crazy gadget that looks like a toy fretboard peripheral for a video game is actually a highly versatile instrument that can be played in many ways.
Channeling Saul Bass, one of the world's greatest movie credit creators, a YouTuber produces an entrancing cover of the HBO show's opening tune.
Maker Jeri Ellsworth reinvents the '80s rock band keytar by melding together a bass and a Commodore 64 into a playable instrument.
YouTube user MetroGnome made an amazing electronic remix of the theme song from HBO's "Game of Thrones," complete with quotes and characters from the show.
This guy built a keytar out of an old NES system, then used it to create a rad music and laser light remix of the "Game of Thrones" intro.
On the latest episode of "The Wil Wheaton Project," Wheaton gives us the "Game of Thrones" opening sequence we never knew we needed.
Got mobility issues or just don't feel like walking? Hire a personal, Hodor-approved strongman to carry you around all day.
At last, the world of rock gods has collided with the world of typing geeks with a mod that lets you type on your computer using a guitar.
Commodore fans show their love for these rare unreleased computers, the C64 successors that never made it to market.