This is why I need another guitar. One to play while the other is charging.
THAT’s why my electric just sits gathering dust. . .I forgot to charge it. . . .
It’s me who needs charging in the evening before practice.
I think this is a rather charged discussion. Next you are telling me that AC/DC did not choose this specific band name to make sure never to forget to charge their guitars every night?
So, this all begs the question: How do I charge my acoustic?
That one is “wireless” (aside from the music wire) so it needs to go on the charging stand.
Yall laugh but how far away are we from guitars that charge? Might already be some.
Do electric guitars need to be charged? Seriously… no…it’s just a joke …right?
Silvia. Yes they need to be charged. How could you play power metal otherwise?
…yes it makes sense they should be charged…it just never occured to my simple mind but…suppose you want to play without an amp just for practice or fun…do they need charging as well?
the charge is in the strings - think about how much better it sounds after you put on new strings!
No. Some amps only need batteries.
I have been wondering for a while how to charge the batteries in the pre amp of my acoustic.
Now I know
Eric Clapton’s Strat (and all the replicas) have active circuitry that does require a battery. It’s very much the exception though.
I sure hope mine takes less time to charge than that armor from Iron Man 3.
There are some already, look at Lava Me guitars.
Wow, Artem. That’s like … Hmm… Gamification of guitars?! Interesting. Strangely I’m not surprised that this is a Chinese company.
Do you think these things have a future?
Yes @SILVIA and more people, the Fender Acoustasonic America has to be charged on a cable, but I didn’t dare say that at the beginning because then I was the one who would ruin (explain something is not "good "about it) the joke and I had already been hit on the head by Brian for that