Travel-Friendly Musical Instruments
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Frederik Johansson is both a guitarist and airline pilot and has had some trouble combining those two things together. You see, his guitar has not been particularly popular on board the airplanes as it is difficult to stow away with the guitar neck stick out into the air. So Johansson went on a mission to develop a compact, travel-friendly guitar and here it is, produced by DeVillain Guitar Company and released yesterday at the "Frankfurt Musikmesse". "The $3,370 guitar doubles over at the neck via an aircraft-grade aluminum mechanism while the strings retract into the body. When you're ready to rock, the instrument unpacks and unfolds in about 20 seconds." So let's rock on the roads!