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keytar

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Commodore 64 bass guitar: Revenge of the keytar!

Maker Jeri Ellsworth reinvents the '80s rock band keytar by melding together a bass and a Commodore 64 into a playable instrument.

By May. 23, 2012

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Rock Band 3 gets its keytar

It's official: the newest version of Rock Band will add yet another musical instrument to its arsenal of plastic peripherals, but this one should satisfy wannabe Billy Joels.

By Jun. 11, 2010

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Commodore 65 prototype sells for $7,625

Commodore fans show their love for these rare unreleased computers, the C64 successors that never made it to market.

By Feb. 13, 2013

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Atom Ukelele for pickin' and grinnin' with chemistry

You're a scientist. You're also a musician. If only the twain could meet. Well, they just did, in the form of the Atom Ukelele.

By Jul. 9, 2012

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Shred your e-mails with a typing guitar

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.

By Apr. 8, 2013

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Musical instruments from odds, ends, anything

Got a musician's ear and a tinkerer's hand? The Made of Imagination contest seeks the ultimate homemade instruments. Ready, set, play!

By Sep. 7, 2012

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'Requiem for lives lost': Making music from Mexico's guns

In a project that's as much politics as it is performance, a Mexico City-based artist teams with musicians to remold the metal from thousands of firearms into working instruments.

By Nov. 1, 2012

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Rock Band 3 hits stage October 26

Harmonix's latest Rock Band entry due out this fall; retailer-specific preorder bonuses detailed.

By Jul. 20, 2010

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Voyage-Air Guitar: Know when to fold it (review)

How does the Voyage-Air folding guitar for troubadours on the go stand up to the rough rigors of review? Crave's John Scott Lewinski gives it a strum (and a serious hinge test).

By Jun. 29, 2012

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'Connect-A-Desk' is a workaholic's dream

It straps a computer around your neck.

By Jan. 31, 2008