#5
I've heard of it, but on a separate note the bassist for The Doobie Brothers had LEDs running up the frets of his bass, it was great.
#6
ive played one a couple of times at a local music store, its a nice little guitar for learning all the notes on the fretboard and stuff like that like, and it played pretty good too
#7
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ive played one a couple of times at a local music store, its a nice little guitar for learning all the notes on the fretboard and stuff like that like, and it played pretty good too


Interesting concept...

It'd be cool if the LEDs can be made to dance as you play instead of being an instruction tool.
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#9
Wrong forum.

Looks like a complete waste of money, imo.

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#10
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#11
Says it's made in the same factories as Ibanez and Fender? Uh, BS?
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so what wierd things can u guys do? no not like laser vision or meat vision or something, but like random stuff that usually comes in handy
#12
I wonder if our predessors hung the first soul to invent tablature?

A funny thought,
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