Playing guitar is a great way to impress your friends and meet loose women at open mic nights, but learning to play takes a toll on your body. Any seasoned guitarist knows that in order to master the guitar, you’re going to have to build up some serious callouses on your finger. I’m talking hard as a rock, immune to fire callouses here. Fortunately, there’s hope for those of us interested in the loose women, but not the thick callouses. Designer Max Battaglia at Givingshape Design Studio has come up with the idea for a guitar that replaces physical strings with a touch screen that allows you to pick the number of virtual strings you want as well as add sound effects and adjust tuning. Easy on your fingers, and hard on the rock – what more could you ask for?

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