Guitars come in all shapes, sizes, and game consoles? That’s right, you’ll find a selection of geeky guitars after the break.

Folding Guitar

The DeVillain Guitar Company has designed a guitar that can easily be folded up and placed in a backpack when not in use. If you’ve got $3,370 to spare, then check out the product page.

As you collapse the guitar neck using its folding mechanism made of aircraft-grade aluminum, the strings roll up into the guitar. Then when it’s time to lay down a few tunes at your destination, this baby goes from backpack to unfolded guitar in 20 seconds

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NES Guitar

NESPaul has created the world’s first functional NES guitar using his original system from when he was 10-years old.

How much would you pay for one of these babies? This god of a man sacrificed his NES, the best system evar, to make a freakin’ awesome guitar. Unlike the Halo fanboy who made the rocket launcher, this awesome project is actually functional

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Have a broken SEGA Genesis laying around? Then why not turn it into a functional electric guitar, like the modder above.

Touchscreen Guitar

Phil decided to install a Kaoss Pad directly onto his guitar. First, he needed to find a guitar with enough space on the body (Epiphone Les Paul Special 2) and then he custom mounted the touchscreen. More information here.

The Kaoss Pad is a touchpad MIDI controller, sampler, and effects processor for audio and musical instruments made by Korg


Honorable Mention – Nintendo DS Guitar M-06

Hiite Utaeru DS Guitar M-06 is basically a program that transforms your DS into a virtual guitar, complete with background music.