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Rob Scallon Rocks Out Respectably on a Tiny Toy Guitar That He Purchased for a Dollar

The very talented and adventurous musician Rob Scallon went to his local Dollar Tree, purchased a tiny, toy guitar for a dollar, hooked it up to some electronics and rocked out rather respectably on an original heavy metal song that featured the distinctly tinkly sounds of the tiny toy axe. Rocking out on a budget....
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