#3
Wow, that's insane. I love the quote, too. "All you have to do is play it."
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#4
I just can't see it being very reliable over time. I think i can handle my own tunings, and you know the price is going to be outrageous
#6
To think, Gibson could be spending time trying to make their guitars cheaper, and more quality, perfecting necks, pickups, etc. and yet they spent the time to make a guitar do one of the simplest parts of playing, tuning.
#7
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It was on the homepage yesterday
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#10
It's not even a big deal, really. There already are (to my knowledge) other guitars you can get that do this. And to be frank, I don't think it tops Gibson's own Digital Guitar of 2005. But neither of them are useful.
#13
I can tune my own guitar.

Cool idea but I'll never use it.
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#14
Sweet, Gibson developing worthless tech that will double the price of already overpriced guitars!

And I love how they basically say all other guitars without it suck, and that you need this system to be in tune, or you have to go to a shop to get it set up each time you need to tune.
#15
Yea, it's about $900 (US) for just the tuners and self tuning extras and the Les Paul "Robot Guitar" is about $3000. (US)

Thanks but no thanks Gibson.