The Gibson Concept 909 might look like a guitar, but it doesn't work quite like one. This intriguing musical instrument was designed to bridge the gap between traditional music-making and the futuristic fascination with the electronic genre.
The player of this device does not necessarily need to have ever held a string instrument in order to make extraordinary sounds with this invention. While the item maintains the tactile qualities of strings and frets, the technician would need to learn an entirely new repertoire of gestures with which to control the Gibson Concept 909. The digital music generator embodies the a geometric and purist twist on the body of an electric guitar, complete with a convenient hinging neck that folds back for easy transportation and storage.