Blackbird Rider Guitar

Blackbird Rider Guitar

Ditch the plastic controller for a real instrument, like this Blackbird Rider Acoustic Guitar ($1600). The carbon fiber unibody is 30 percent smaller than a traditional acoustic, making it more portable and keeping the weight down to 3 pounds. Other features like a stereo sound hole in the head, a hollow neck, and an optional DTAR Wavelength Load N' Lock pickup give the Rider the performance to back up its sleek looks.

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