|Adham Nu'man |
A guitar has finally produced lightning. Rock and Roll is now officially dead.
That's pretty metal.
But it could use some zazz.
Recently, our local news morning show celebrated Edison's birthday by having the resident "goofy guy" play around with a Tesla coil.
I think for Darwin's birthday they're planning a reading of "Of Pandas and People."
Did they then immediately run all the Jews out of town?
Dethklok needs to be informed.
Unfortunately, that's the second-largest solid-state Tesla coil ever built, so no giant, arena-rock Tesla amps for now.
|Billy the Poet |
If I'd had access to this technology in high school, there would be areas of Pennsylvania that would still be uninhabitable.
I cannot give this enough stars.
Eveyone who gives this less than 5 stars is dead to me. Unless you justify deducting one star because the kid missed an obvious chance to play a few covers off Ride the Lightning.
Mass produce this please.
Someone already does mass-market them (kind of):
You can get much better sound quality (at much lower volumes) with the amplitude modulation method:
Just needs to improve the sound quality a little, and we have reached the next logical evolution of Rock.
Then its just a matter of being able to make it shoot FIRE.
j lzrd / swift idiot
I am looking forward to an arena-rock version of this thing, shooting lightningbolts 20M high, with pyrotechnics blazing like some Wrassler's entrance theme, and the non-stop scream of the crowd, so loud you go deaf for a week, and hear ringing for a month.
|Maggot Brain |
|Caminante Nocturno |
How very cyberpunk.
|Steve Airport |
That studio's gotta REEK of ozone after that solo there. Still cool.
That's actually a pretty awesome distortion tone.
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