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Yodel and make music with drum tee
NIDHI GUPTA  18th Dec 2011

emember Tarzan beating his chest and yodelling at the same time? That may not have qualified as music, but this new electronic drum t-shirt, which lets you do pretty much the same thing (only not as violently, and the yodelling is optional). Although musical apparel has been around for a while now, this one's exceptional because it features not one but nine built-in drum kits, including rock drums, techno punk drums, classic jazz drums and scratchy ones too. You can tap on these to create rhythms and loops, which can be recorded for three minutes at a stretch. The shirt comes with a small amplifier box that you can attach to your belt, which lets you act as DJ for those around you. Cost Rs 1,599

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