#2
jebus christ...

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/search.php?searchid=40599

in the future, seach before making a topic, and use the search menu NOT the search bar.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/search.php?
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Yeah. people, like Lemoninfluence, are hypocrites and should have all their opinions invalidated from here on out.
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#3
this thread has been done a million times before, use searchbar.
and no that guitar phails.
not worth money tuning isn't that hard.
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#4
+1 searchbar

and i would never buy it. IMO, its for the lazy, rich ass new guitarists
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#6
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+1 searchbar

and i would never buy it. IMO, its for the lazy, rich ass new guitarists



yep, a guitar company would put a guitar into production to aim for a very tiny amount of potential customers.
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#7
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maybe if it had a self-tuning, self-leveling floyd it would be worth it...

Edit: and if it wasn't Gibson...


+10,000

if it was am ibanez or something with a floyd and it could do that, then I would go for it. As for the Gibson, its a huge waste of money as are all gibsons...
#8
It's letting any clueless rich kid able to play guitar and not even need to tune it.
#9
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It's letting any clueless rich kid able to play guitar and not even need to tune it.

what's the difference between this and using an electronic tuner?
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#10
using an electronic tuner, you still use your ears. and your fingers to turn the tuners.

with the robot, you simply press a button. ...cool. -_-
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#11
Dude, you're a little late, aren't you... this thing came out like 8 months ago....
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#13
I saw it the day it came out at Motor City Guitar.

One of the guys there told me pretty much, it's a collector's item.
#14
Quote by bjovi400
using an electronic tuner, you still use your ears. and your fingers to turn the tuners.

with the robot, you simply press a button. ...cool. -_-

A deaf person can tune a guitar properly using a decent electronic tuner, so it's not like you have to use your ears. and you use your fingers? big deal. you use your fingers to turn the knob to select your tuning and press it in order to get it to tune.

and the cost will put it out of reach of most people who don't know how to tune. 99% of the owners of this guitar will be experienced enough to know how to tune.
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#15
I like the concept of the Robot Guitar and I would like it to become standard at some point, when cost drops-

a) There are way too many people who always play out of tune because they've never had a guitar that's been tuned just right, so they develop a bad ear. That certainly won't happen anymore.
b) Makes alternate tunings more attractive because it's less of a hastle to switch back to standard.
c) Less "set-up time", which I am always thankful for- and I'm not a lazy guy by any means.
d) Less of a barrier to entry for newer players who "just want to play".
e) Opens up the possibility of other advancements in guitar tech. Downloadable guitar effects in a microchip on the actual guitar?
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