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St. Vincent Says She Designed A Guitar With Room For Boobs

With her latest signature guitar, St. Vincent can seriously do no wrong.

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If you don't know who St. Vincent is, she's a total baller at the guitar.

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And if anyone had a guitar for an extra limb, it'd be St. Vincent. Like she says in this video interview, "I can't imagine a world where I couldn't play guitar. It would be like losing my best friend."

And since she's had difficulties playing bulkier guitars, she designed a guitar that fits smaller bodies.

More specifically, she wanted a guitar that would fit comfortably while worn higher up and would also accentuate the waist, she said in an interview with Guitar World.
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More specifically, she wanted a guitar that would fit comfortably while worn higher up and would also accentuate the waist, she said in an interview with Guitar World.

The guitar, a collaboration with Ernie Ball Music Man, is lightweight and minimalist AF.

While other female musicians such as Joan Jett and Nancy Wilson have had their own signature guitars, St. Vincent is the first to design her guitar from scratch.
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While other female musicians such as Joan Jett and Nancy Wilson have had their own signature guitars, St. Vincent is the first to design her guitar from scratch.

And in her Instagram caption, she hints at the ergonomics of the guitar, meaning "there is room for a breast, or two."

Hold up. A place to REST. MY. BREASTS?!? 🙌🙌🙌

In the interview, St. Vincent mentions, "I'm glad that another guitar exists that is sympathetic to the female form. I'm glad that that exists and I hope that people will enjoy…that men and women will enjoy the ergonomics. But smaller people and women especially."

It comes in two colors, black and Vincent blue, which you can pre-order here and comes in at around $1,899.

Expensive, yes, but maybe a small price to pay to achieve rock invincibility.