Anthony Dickens Circle Electric Guitar
The Anthony Dickens Circle Electric Guitar features independent outputs for each string that can be engaged through six buttons or via six mini switches on the instrument’s body. By using a mechanical device—rather than your hand—to strike the strings, you can push the guitar into unexplored territories. And the Circle Electric Guitar features a motor-driven design. This spins around the pick-guard similarly to a mechanical step sequencer. In fact, it can rotate up to 250 beats per minute. This is much more than a traditional electric guitar. And, while you’re playing the fret notes and chords, you can choose how to strike the strings. The variety of pick placements creates a wide range of tonal options. Overall, this innovative design can generate a range of sounds, textures, and rhythms that you’ve never explored before.