Some Dude Built an Electric Guitar Out of 107 iPhones

Artem Mayer, a professional luthier from Moscow, has made it so you can still go on your phones while rocking out
Some Dude Built an Electric Guitar Out of 107 iPhones
For years, one thing has plagued the world's rockers — how do you shred on your guitar and go on your phone at the same time? Fortunately, Moscow-based luthier Artem Mayer has cracked the code by creating a working electric guitar out of 107 iPhones.

Mayer is a professional luthier who builds instruments through his brand Copper Guitars. On Reddit, he writes, "One day I had an idea: what if I could do a REAL COOL guitar out of iPhones?"

The answer, it would seem, is inherent in this bright, multi-coloured axe that features plenty of different iPhones (and at least one iPod) in a body shape reminiscent of the Fender Telecaster. It's the kind of product that would impress Steves Vai and Jobs simultaneously. 

Watch a YouTube video about the guitar's creation below. What's next — a Gibson SG made from discarded Samsung Galaxy phones?