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Dōjutsu that are consistently inherited within a particular family, such as the Byakugan’s Hyūga clan and the Sharingan’s Uchiha clan, often become synonymous with the clan. “New Sales Avenue Opened with Tone Amplifier for Stringed Instruments”. This tone amplifier is electrically operated either by alternating or direct currents.

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Kay also made guitar amplifiers, beginning with designs carried over from the old Stromberg company. Kay eventually subcontracted its amplifier production to Chicago music industry rival Valco in the 1950s. Kay offered their first electric guitar in 1936 — five years after the Rickenbacker Frying pan, and the same year as the Gibson ES-150. However, the Kuhrmeyer-owned Stromberg-Voisinet brand had produced the “Stromberg Electro” even earlier, in 1928, making the short-lived model arguably the first commercial electric guitar.

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However, if needed, they can still interact with physical objects. If an individual cannot gain access to a kekkei genkai directly, they can try instead to use it through the kekkei genkai‘s original user. Sasori could access the Third Kazekage’s Magnet Release via a human puppet made from the Kazekage’s body.

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Kay’s “Thin Lite” truss rods introduced on mid-tier instruments in the 1960s often become dislodged and inoperable. One of the best known Kay electric guitars during the 1950s was the K-161 “Thin Twin”, most visibly used by blues artist Jimmy Reed. This instrument debuted in 1952, and featured a single cutaway body, a distinctive “fire stripe” tortoiseshell pickguard, and a pair of thin blade-style pickups. Certain kekkei genkai grant their users unrivalled ways of using their own bodies. Twin brothers Sakon and Ukon can merge their own or the bodies of unrelated people. Kimimaro’s Shikotsumyaku enables him to freely manipulate his bones, such as growing an additional spine for him to wield like a whip.

  • Kay eventually subcontracted its amplifier production to Chicago music industry rival Valco in the 1950s.
  • While in their smoke form the user becomes impervious to damage and can use this trait to gain an opportunity in battle, for example by allowing weapons to slip through them without any effects.
  • Kumogakure, for example, has made different attempts to steal the Byakugan.
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  • Ukon’s arms and legs can emerge from those of Sakon’s to increase the force and quantity to his physical attacks.
  • Kabuto also develops a method of creating mindless copies of kekkei genkai users which he generates as needed.

The kekkei genkai of Jūgo’s clan is an instinctual ability which allows its members to absorb and make use of natural energy without any training in senjutsu. Due to the steady but constant intake of natural energy, they are prone to mental instability, sporadically feeling sudden and uncontrollable urges to kill. The wielder’s body can also secrete special fluids which, through means of Senjutsu chakra, allow them to transform parts of their bodies. In 1957, president Sydney Katz introduced the Gold “K” line of archtop and solid body electric guitars to compete with major manufacturers like Fender, Gibson, and Gretsch. The gold “K” Line featured the Jazz Special, Artist, Pro, Upbeat, Jazz II, and Jazz Special Bass. Gold “K” guitars used the same hardware as top manufacturers.