St. Vincent designs guitar for women

St. Vincent has designed a guitar that fits perfectly under women's breasts to ensure comfort while rocking out on stage.

St. Vincent designs guitar for women

St. Vincent has designed a light-weight guitar for women with specific room for their breasts.

The singer - whose real name is Annie Clark - has been busy creating the St. Vincent Signature Ernie Ball MusicMan Guitar which, she believes, tackles all the issues she's had playing the instrument over the years.

Taking to her Instagram account, she wrote: "I wanted to design a tool that would be ergonomic, lightweight, and sleek. There is room for a breast - or two."

But St. Vincent - who is in a relationship with Cara Delevingne - hasn't just created a guitar which sits comfortably around the bosom area, she's also made sure it cuts across the body at the right point to enhance the waist.

The 33-year-old musician told Guitar World magazine: "I was always finding when I was playing on stage and wearing various stage outfits the guitar would cut across one of the best features of the female body, which is your waist."

However, the special instrument, which will set you back £1,899, isn't just for women as it's also perfect for any who has a smaller frame than the average.

She explained: "For me a guitar that is not too heavy is really important because I'm not a very big person. I can't even play a Sixties Strat or Seventies Les Paul. I would need to travel with a chiropractor on tour in order to play those guitars."

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