iCoustic Molds iPod and Guitar

Podcasting News has reported on the iCoustic guitar.

"At first, glance, the iCoustic looks like a standard travel guitar. In fact, it's built using travel guitars from Taylor and Martin." said Podcasting News. "Look a little closer, though, and you'll find that the iCoustic has a speaker built into the guitar's soundhole."

"The speaker, along with some on-board electronics, lets the guitar be used for audio playback from iPods, digital recorders and even other guitars."

iCoustic Guitars, the company behind the the iCoustic system, says it "was created to add more power and tone to the acoustic guitar and to add greater versatility by allowing you to attach your guitar to a multitude of new portable digital devices. The mini-portable guitars are a perfect fit for the iCoustic system."

The iCoustic System is available in four popular travel guitars. The Little Martin LXM, the Little Martin LX1, the Baby Taylor 305 and the Alvarez MSB1 Small Bass Guitar. Prices begin at $499 for Little Martin LXM and Baby Taylor, to $749.00 for the Alvarez MSB1.

"The iCoustic system is totally compatible with your iPod or other digital music device. When connected to the iCoustic system you can listen to your music right through your guitar. But that is only the beginning. You can play along with the music on your iPod and both are simultaneously amplified through our system."

For more information, visit http://www.icoustic.com

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