Intel has created probably the world's first super-charged guitar that will allow you to surf the web in-between songs.

The company has teamed up with Fender to create a concept guitar that explores the possibilities and redefines the term ‘music on the move' - an internet-enabled super guitar.

Beginning with the iconic FENDER Telecaster - made famous by legends from Bruce Springsteen to Franz Ferdinand - the ‘surf guitar' is the world's first to allow you to download and playback your favourite riffs from the Internet without touching the strings, so you can sound like Bo Diddley while doing diddly-squat.

The guitar incorporates the latest Intel Centrino Mobile technology, the supercharged TELE also means players can do silly things like send a quick email in-between songs on stage, scour the web for inspiration… or chords they've forgotten or more importantly for any apprising rock god check their royalties online

Built in software means you can access a massive variety of sounds directly from the computer.

Chris Hogg, Intel UK Marketing Manager said: “Forty years after the first surf guitar sounds came out of California, a new generation of ‘surfing guitars' have been born”.

The company hasn't confirmed whether or not it will be coming to the shops anytime soon.