What is the Silliest Accessory You Have Ever Seen.

I was flipping through the accessory pages at the Cable Company and came up with this https://www.thecableco.com/hallograph.html You have to be kidding me. Of all the dumb, idiotic, profoundly stupid things I have ever seen. The marketing is even better! Have you seen anything worse! It is up to us to uncover these things for what they are, SCAMS.

@roxy54 , I saw him 1976 in Montreal at the Forum an again in 1984 at the Winchester Centrum. The 76 concert was in the early Terry Bozio years when he was still a wild teenager and played in his underware. He insisted that cloths slowed him down which has merit I suppose. For those of you who do not know who he is Terry is one of the 10 greatest drummers alive today. His drum set is twice the size of Neil Peart's (RIP).
@lewm , I was just making some suggestions in case you wanted to hear what he was really about. The Yellow Shark is Neoclassical and at times very complicated. It is performed by a group of very talented classical musicians. It is a taste of where he was headed had he not died of prostate cancer. He claims his greatest influence was Edgard Verese' The Yellow Shark has my favorite version of G Spot Tornado. By the way the recording and mastering are fabulous. G Spot was originally programmed on a synclavier. It first appeared on Jazz From Hell  a complete album of programmed music. You can google it. Then imagine classical musicians playing it note for every darn note. Nothing you will see at the Cirque Du Soleil is as amazing. Every audiophile should have this record. It is audiophile candy. 
I used to get psyched up for high school basketball games listening to Peaches and Regalia.  Didn’t help much in our losing 1969 season, but I became a Zappa fan forever.

Hot Rats was just released again. A Classic and on Rolling Stones list of greatest albums of all time.