Automated Ukelele Band Machine
Automated Ukelele Band Machine

You know those times when you want to hear not just a ukelele, but a ukelele with an entire backup band? And a CD just won't do? And you have $20,000 lying around? Well, have we got the product for you: the Automated Ukelele Band Machine.

This five-piece band is housed in an attractive "Grade 3 Solid Oak Cabinet," though it's unclear how exactly the 900-pound behemoth works. The seller, an outfit called "savesumoneyfast," will ship this party-in-a-box to you for $906. That seems a small price to pay for a bass guitar, banjo, flute pipes, accordion and bells. Bells!


By Julianne Pepitone @CNNMoneyTech - Last updated December 15 2011: 12:46 PM ET
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