DiGuitar : Digital Guitar with Analogue Playability by Tony Weichselbraun

At first sight, you can immediately tell that DiGuitar is a digital guitar. However, although it doesn’t use any strings, the designer says that you can play this instrument just like an acoustic guitar. Basically DiGuitar combines analogue playability with a digital recording environment. The touch sensitive surface can analyze your finger’s movements as well as strumming patterns to model each chord via MIDI. Piezoelectric actuators emit a vibration in the frequency range of the note played by each finger. Nice!

Designer : Tony Weichselbraun

DiGuitar by Tony Weichselbraun

DiGuitar by Tony Weichselbraun

DiGuitar by Tony Weichselbraun

DiGuitar by Tony Weichselbraun

DiGuitar by Tony Weichselbraun

DiGuitar by Tony Weichselbraun

DiGuitar by Tony Weichselbraun



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