Self Playing Strumming Circle Guitar
Auto-strumming guitars may not be on the cutting edge of technology, but the Circle Guitar by Anthony Dickens puts a unique twist on the idea. Put simply, it has an integrated mechanical step sequencer that rotates up to 250bpm beneath the strings to generate sounds, textures and rhythms that would be impossible with a normal electric guitar. By utilizing a mechanical device to strike the strings instead of a human hand, you can exceed what is physically possible and push guitar playing into a whole new level.



A hexaphonic pickup captures the signal, while each string has its own output that can be amplified, recorded and processed individually. There are six switches on the guitar’s body that control whether the signal either passes freely to your amp, mixing desk or computer interface or to a button that releases the signal when pressed.
Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Matte Black Electric Guitar
  • BUILT FOR TRAVEL: The Ultra-Light is a portable and travel-friendly version of your favorite at-home guitar that you can take anywhere and everywhere you go. Weighing 3 lbs 2 oz and measuring 28”, this will be your steadfast road companion
  • PERFORMANCE WITHOUT COMPROMISE: Our proprietary In-Body Tuning System eliminates the need for a headstock by relocating standard tuning machines into the body. Even though it’s small, it’s still crafted with a full 24 3/4" scale experience with 22 frets.
  • COMPACT TRANSIT: Forget lugging around your full-sized electric guitar and worrying about it getting damaged. The detachable lap rest allows this to fit perfectly into the gig bag that is carry-on friendly and provides protection in an overhead bin.

“The thing that most excites me about the instrument is how people will use it in their music and what kind of music they will create. The raw power of amplifying a few plectrums relentlessly striking the strings at 180bpm with perfect timing is a huge sound, but, together with the ability to slow the circle down, then trigger, modulate and affect individual strings you can create a lush, evolving sound that lightly flutters out of your speakers,” said Dickens.

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