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The Chuck Taylor from Converse has always been popular with rock stars. Now, embedded technology has made the sneaker even more useful to musicians. 

The Converse All Wah literally puts a guitar wah-wah pedal in your shoes, allowing you to twist your guitar’s sound with no need to precisely place your foot on a bulky, sometimes unstable external guitar pedal

The sneaker works by connecting to a traditional wah-wah box via Bluetooth and can be used in a normal music set-up, connected to an amp (the shoes have a standard Guitar jack on the side), or through a digital device, such as a Mac or an iPhone.  Read more…

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