Dare To Wear Your Music With Artist Bracelets?

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How far are you willing to take your inner rock-er? Wearing the clothes they wear, wearing the clothes they design… But how about the music they made?

Wear Your Music is an interesting fashion product – you can wear bracelets made from the guitar strings of your favorite rock guitarist! But are you willing to pay a heavy price tag for that? Because a guitar string (be it Avril Lavigne’s or Brian May’s, they all look the same!) costs let’s say $100 (there are few going over that hundred limit – par example, Eric Clapton’s is $500).

Guitar Strings fashion braceletsBut if you want to pimp it, here’s how it goes: the bracelet is already engraved with the artist’s initials but you can add a clasp (+ $75), a diamond in the Ball (+ $150), you can engrave it (+ $75), make it gold (+ $150) and add a Diamond (+$75). If we do a simple math, we come to a very precious Eric Clapton fully pimped guitar string bracelet costing you only $1025! …or you can choose a standard Limited Edition Rock America for just $9.99 (it’s colored in white, blue and red!). So, which one would it be? (via)

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#1 Adriana on 12.17.08 at 4:25 pm

That’s so not rock n’ roll in my book!
I own a plectrum from a bass-player I liked. I got it years ago. Handed over to me from the stage. Now that rocks! For free and so precious to me….

#2 Ellington on 12.17.08 at 9:19 pm

You just know that someone is going to get these things and where them to pose cool. What will they do when they turn their wrist green?
Its just too lame to be true, so it must be.

#3 Adriana on 12.18.08 at 6:25 am

I like to ad something to my comment. If you are an affected teen these bracelets must be great. The cheap ones. I can’t imagine youngsters wants to wear Eric Clapton!
This looks more like bling-bling than rock to me…..

#4 Adriana on 12.18.08 at 6:49 am

Ah, some more. What’s up with Mr. Slowhand? I remember that Hermès guitar case?
Anyway one thing I can’t deny, though not a real fan, he is one of the greates guitar players in the history of rock n’ roll.

#5 Sal on 12.18.08 at 10:20 am

You know, I do like the look of these … but I’d be far more inclined to actually buy if the proceeds went to charity. Doesn’t this strike you as a charity-type product somehow?

#6 Lucky Girl on 12.18.08 at 10:29 am

100% of proceeds from the sale of all artists’ bracelets go to the charity of that artist’s choice. Also, proceeds from the sale of each fashion bracelet goes to charity.

#7 Adriana on 12.18.08 at 10:40 am

Okay then charity rocks!

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