1980's Casio DG-7 Digital Guitar (Made in Japan)
The Casio DG-7 was an "entirely new type of digital musical instrument which features the latest in state-of-the-art technology". Played with untuned nylon strings, the notes on the fretboard correspond to that of a guitar in standard tuning so it's a breeze to play.
Features plenty of tones and accompanying rhythms/drum fills, highlights for me would be trumpet, organ and "funky". Tested and working well (on external power, untested on battery) through both the external output and the onboard speaker, it's a quirky and nostalgic part of music history and also it looks like a rocketship which is fun..
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