Takara Tomy Air Guitar Pro From Japan

Posted: May 10 2008, 12:59pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:00am CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
Takara Tomy Air Guitar Pro from Japan
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Takara Tomy introduced the fun Air Guitar Pro in Japan last year. In the wake of Guitar Hero: On Tour I stumbled over them again and also found a must see Japanese video review of these Air Guitar gadgets.

This toy consists of the upper neck of a guitar featuring an infrared sensor that senses your air guitar moves. The guitar had has seven buttons on the front to press to hold down chords and also buttons on the side to identify the chords as major, minor, augmented, or diminished.
It is best to watch the video below even if you do not understand Japanese, it still explains the Takara Tomy Air Guitar Pro very well and in an entertaining way. Why the reviewer has something sticking out of his nose - I do not know.

The Takara Tomy Air Guitar Pro comes as Electric, Acoustic and as Ukulele of Lilo and Stitch. Gadget shops Himeyashop and Audio Cubes export them world-wide. Prices range from $32 to $55.99.


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