Nintendo Labo has barely been out for more than a week and it's already got its first third-party - and completely unofficial - Toy-Con kit making a splash in the market. Currently only available in Japan via ndshop.jp, the Switch Guitar comes with all the flatpack cardboard needed to build a body and fretboard, along with the rubber bands required to make the strings.
You would need to use the Toy-Con Garage to build the virtual instrument, but it's a cool little way to add more options to your Toy-Con selection. It's also unlikely to be the last such third-party kit we'll be seeing for Labo, especially considering how well it's selling in Japan.
What do you think about third-party Labo kits? Is it an attractive alternative to the ones included with the Variety Kit/Robot Kit or the ones you might make yourself? Share your thoughts below...