This is one of the Dark Knight distortion pedals modded by Vinyl Ventures and available for preorder from Reverb. The $170 Batmobile pedal is limited to an edition of 100, are made from officially licensed 1:24 scale die-cast Batmobile toy cars (based on the one from the 1990's animated series) by Jada, and have ProCo RAT2 distortions pedal inside. Plus some sweet-ass light effects. Pretty cool, but do you think one would be able withstand all the heavy stomping with just how hard I rock out when I'm up on stage? I mean I rock out pretty hard. "How hard exactly?" One time I lost a contact. "Wow, so metal." TRYING TO SWORD-SWALLOW MY ENTIRE GUITAR. "Whoa!" I still haven't passed my mic stand and I'm starting to get worried.
Keep going for several more shots.
Thanks again to hairless, who agrees this will be perfect for any of you superhero themed bands out there.
This is the $48 hoodie available from GearHuman that was printed to look like Elvis's classic 'Aloha Eagle' jumpsuit worn on tour in 1973 and 1974. I'm...
These are the Skull Microphones created by Von Erickson Laboratories. The professional studio/stage quality mics come in three different finishes (seen above: bright chrome, dark chrome, and...
Inspired by the trailer for the new Zelda game, this is a video of musician Sbeast performing a sweet bitchin' medley of metal Zelda tunes. There's just...
This is a video of musician Rob Scallon rocking out on the garden shovel he modified into a one-string electric guitar. It sounds surprisingly amazing. I tried...
Read More: batman
, count me in
, electric guitar
, heck yeah
, light effects
, modding things
, real products that exist
, rocking out
, sure why not
, things that look like other things