#1
Greetings all,

Myself and a partner are undergraduates in Lehigh University's Electrical and Computer Engineering program. We are currently designing a new type of guitar simulator for our senior capstone project which will revolutionize the guitar industry.

We want feedback from you, the knowledgeable players of this great instrument, in order to better asses the needs of our potential users. Our survey consists of 10 simple questions and takes about a minute to complete.

If you have any comments or feedback for us that will aid in our design process feel to reply directly to this post or send us a direct message.

Thank you in advance, the survey is below. Keep on rockin' out.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/V9PFGPH
#3
You will get more people to do this if you ask for emails and raffle a starbucks gift card or something
#5
wait so TS, what is it that you are proposing? Is it basically a laser harp?
will someone carry me across ten thousand miles under the silence
#7
So, from what I understand, it's a smartphone app that looks like a guitar neck, that you would use as a practice tool.

Best of luck with your project, but personally, I have no use for such a thing.
#8
Quote by sashki
So, from what I understand, it's a smartphone app that looks like a guitar neck, that you would use as a practice tool.

Best of luck with your project, but personally, I have no use for such a thing.


If so, not interested. Good luck though.

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#9
Quote by sashki
So, from what I understand, it's a smartphone app that looks like a guitar neck, that you would use as a practice tool.

Best of luck with your project, but personally, I have no use for such a thing.



Wait so is ts the guy I saw on that shark tank show last week? You already have google bruh what you need us for
#10
Quote by LehighEngr
our senior capstone project which will revolutionize the guitar industry.
Won't work unless you pack a VH4 ch.3 in a $300 amp.
With led strips.
Name's Luca.

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#11
Quote by LehighEngr
We are currently designing a new type of guitar simulator for our senior capstone project which will revolutionize the guitar industry




There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
#12
Is it the guitar from the spongebob movie because I would buy that shit so fast
#14
Buncha negative nancys.
Use a good sample bank OP, it'll do fine.
Filled out the survey.

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#15
I got to question ten, and it asked me if i wanted a guitar with laser beams for strings.

Make this happen. Please
#16
Make an Axe FX super affordably and just as good and then you'll be in for a good chance of dominating the industry.
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#17
I took the survey but I still don't know what the hell you're on aboot
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#18
10. If such a device existed, would you prefer to use a guitar simulator that imitated strings via laser beams or physical strings?

☑ Laser Beams
☐ Physical Strings
☐ Indifferent


anyone picking physical strings is a proper arid lunch