Now if you make a habbit of this and smash you're electric guitar on stage after every performance. The costs of buying new ones all the time would really stack up. So a Japanese guitar maker called K’s Japan have now started to make electric guitars that you can smash just for this purpose.
So how much do they cost? It may surprise you $55-$60. So what do they really work? Yes it's a electric guitar that you can play like any other and then smash. Still you might think that if you do say 100 shows a year then it's still pretty expensive. But they have a solution for that also. Not only do they build the Smash electric guitars so that you can smash them, they will also rebuild them for you.
So after you have smashed you're Smash electric guitar in the most spectacular awesome-est way.. You gather up the remaining pieces and send them back for you're rebuild.
And like true Japanese people the company of course tell it's users to wear protective gear while doing the demolition of their product. Here is two promo videos for the Smash Electric Guitar.
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