Australian designer Dave old has developed an extremely comfortable guitar for travelers and street musicians. It is an analog-digital hybrid and was named after the Fusion.
Fusion has its own 20W class D amplifier, two 25 watt full-spectrum dynamics and 10W tweeter to play on the go. Guitar works from the lithium-ion battery that provides six hours of continuous play.
At the top of the tool there is a dock for iPhone with 24 bit/96 KHz interface. The Fusion comes complete with a set of interchangeable docks that allows you to use iPhone models 7, 7 Plus, 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 5, 5S and iPod Touch Gen 5. To your smartphone set music app using which you can record and mix tracks as well as for use when playing the different digital effects. Street musicians using the phone can already run the recorded tracks and put in your improvisations over them, and you can view its screen training videos.
Despite its compact dimensions (84 x 29 x 8 cm) full-size Fusion has a maple neck and a durable polymer deck. The guitar is equipped with a port for audio output to external amplifier or mixing console, and a 3.5 mm audio port for headphones.
Fusion is already available in the US at a price of $ 1399.