#1
Gus Guitars

I was reading the credits from Pendulums latest albim and it transpired that the guitarist used Gus Guitars.

I looked up the guitars on the internet and they are very very strange, has anyone ever used or seen one ? (I saw one when I saw Pendulum live)

#2
I've never played one but I'm in love with the looks, apparently they have flexible tonality too.
Those bottom side fret markers are kind of counter productive though, despite looking gorgeous.
#4
I think Billy Sheehan once played one of their basses, might be pretty good IMO.
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#5
dont buy unless u try nd i dont even think gc has them so good luck finding one :P
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#7
They are incredibly expensive.
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#8
I've played a fair few of them, and they were all very very good guitars. Very versatile, extremely well set up, and the MIDI pickup system is good fun to mess around with.
#10
Well, back in the day they were about £1500-2000 I think. That was a few years ago though, so prices may have inflated since then.
The MIDI pickup allows you to plug into a MIDI module so that trigger all sorts of MIDI instruments, from organs to xylophones etc, just like with a MIDI keyboard. It's good fun to play with, and could certainly have its uses in the right context.
#11
Ahhh so the Propane Nightmares trumpet intro could be played on it?

And is all the crazy Star Labs stuff allowed to be dicussed here?