#1
Check this out.
Simply amazing, imagine the possibilities of what you could do.
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#3
I really, really, really, really want one
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#4
that is so ****ing cool, i want one
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#5
Whats so good about it? Stick a sustainer kit in a normal guitar instead.

Mind you, I only watched about a third of the video so maybe I'm missing something.
#7
Quote by Tom_hatton
Whats so good about it? Stick a sustainer kit in a normal guitar instead.

Mind you, I only watched about a third of the video so maybe I'm missing something.

You're not, it does the same thing for the whole vid.
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#8
Quote by Tom_hatton
Whats so good about it? Stick a sustainer kit in a normal guitar instead.

Mind you, I only watched about a third of the video so maybe I'm missing something.


it actually physically makes the strings sustain more somehow it's not an "effect" so to speak. Of course, playing normal guitar on it would probably be a bitch
'08 Gretsch White Falcon
'98 Fender USA Deluxe Tele
'79 Greco Les Paul Standard
Airline Stratotone Crafter GAE8

A bunch of funky pedals

Handwired 50 Watt Plexi Lead Clone w/ Orange 4x12
#9
What's it do? Does it just make that feedback noise?

I think the Carvin NS1 is awesomer

The muting thing is interesting, but what's the point? I don't think it sounds that great. If I wanted that sound, I'd play a banjo.
#10
I think I would get sick of that after about 20 minutes. It's cool, but not for me. This is why my MIDI guitar has been gathering dust for 10 years.
#11
hmm.... I dunno...

MOOG gear costs a fortune.. I'd be interested in the price tag. The muting and sustaining of the strings is cool, but I wonder if its worth the price tag.
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