#3
no its the self-tuning one and you would know that if you just clicked the damn link
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#5
Bloody hell! I thought it'd be dearer. . .I actually like Gibsons pricing for once. . though it's till way too much and a piece of lazy guitarist ****.
#6
USD please
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#8
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USD please

it would probably take less time to go to a currency converter and figure it out yourself than it would to type that, but hey..

and as a general rule, $2 US = 1 Pound.
#9
I think I'll stick w/ my strat and tuner.
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#10
I'm still not sure how useful that would be. Theoretically a robot could get the guitar in tune more exactly than a human ever could, if they were using tuners of equal accuracy. However, I think it's way overpriced given that pretty much the same thing can be accomplished with a set of locking tuners and a D-Tuna or similar.
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#11
i think your missing the point.

it can down tune, drop c, drop d, drop whatever...etc etc...and on the spot. I mean I dont think id buy it, but it doesnt just tune itself standard.

not sure if thats what u thought, but i thought id point it out none the less lol
#13
I don't like this guitar. I like the idea of tuning it myself, however mundane it is.
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