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With this guitar, you’ll never be out of tune again. Gibson’s Robot Guitar tunes itself, through “built-in microprocessors” that automatically rotate the strings. . .

 
With this guitar, you’ll never be out of tune again. Gibson’s Robot Guitar tunes itself, through “built-in microprocessors” that automatically rotate the strings until they reach the correct pitch. The remarkably accurate mechanism “puts an end to the manual peg-twisting,” so you’ll be ready to rock in seconds.
Price: $2,499
Contact: Gibson.com
Source: Popular Mechanics

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