#3
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#5
im not impressed at all to be honest.
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#7
Yeah this is pretty old. Didnt find much intrest in it. Also dont like the fact that there basickly inventing guitars to make people who suck sound better :S
#8
ill buy one when i can spare the money. so, in like 10 years.
#9
from from i saw they aren't that much expensive than gibsons (i think i saw it for like 1,500-2,000). Dont quote me on that though.
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from from i saw they aren't that much expensive than gibsons (i think i saw it for like 1,500-2,000). Dont quote me on that though.


If by that you mean nigh on $6000 then yes, they are almost the same price as a Gibson.

This is old news though; the technology is impressive and i can see why people would like it but I wouldn't use it myself.
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#13
don't like the tone at all. would not buy it.
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#14
The whole time I watched that video all I could think was "Now, how could I possibly apply this to metal?"
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#15
it reminds me of a souped up Line 6 Variax...


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The whole time I watched that video all I could think was "Now, how could I possibly apply this to metal?"


+1

I love how they never applied distortion...does that mean it cant handle distortion? Or what?

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#17
I almost creamed when they were playing it with a slide. Thats amazing
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+1

I love how they never applied distortion...does that mean it cant handle distortion? Or what?

There's another video on there with a kid playing through a distortion pedal so it can handle distortion. But he was only playing shreddy stuff and no real riffage. But yeah, it can handle distortion.
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Yeah this is pretty old. Didnt find much intrest in it. Also dont like the fact that there basickly inventing guitars to make people who suck sound better :S


Oh right, so are jumbo frets, thinner strings, faster necks, better tremolos, locking tuners, graphite nuts, EMGs, volume pedals, reverb, electronic tuners, guitar tablature, etc., inventions to make people who 'suck' sound better, or are they devices to make the whole experience of guitar playing better for players of all levels? The kind of attitude you're expressing is elitist and conservative - retrogressive, even.
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#20
some cool stuff...But all that I would want to do with that guitar, I can already do with the one I have.

I don't really see any idea in it for the music I make. I mean, I don't play music where each note has to sustain for more than 10 seconds :p. And I can mute with my hands.
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#21
It would honestly help with my sweeping, which is currently extremely sloppy, but I think I'd rather just work hard and learn to do it properly. I'll get more of a warm fuzzy feeling from that I think.
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#23
it looks pretty cool. i would buy one if i had the cash laying around.
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#25
Very interesting, and I'd like to play one, though I'd probably use it sparingly it actual songwriting.

And it's probably out of my price range.
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#26
Lets see you do that, guitar hero.
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Very interesting, and I'd like to play one, though I'd probably use it sparingly it actual songwriting.

And it's probably out of my price range.


Like I said: they retail at just under $6000 in the US, god only knows how much they'd be over here in the UK.

Edit: Google says £4000. What the HELL?! £1000 just to transport that over the fucking atlantic?
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#28
The way that guitar sounds made me feel like it was going to come out of the computer, murder me and then arse-rape me.
#29
This has taken the Gibson Robot's spotlight... *sigh*
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#30
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Oh right, so are jumbo frets, thinner strings, faster necks, better tremolos, locking tuners, graphite nuts, EMGs, volume pedals, reverb, electronic tuners, guitar tablature, etc., inventions to make people who 'suck' sound better, or are they devices to make the whole experience of guitar playing better for players of all levels? The kind of attitude you're expressing is elitist and conservative - retrogressive, even.

+1

it's like when people moan about the gibson robot yet they use a digital tuner.
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#31
Endless sustain. Think about that for a minute. ENDLESS SUSTAIN.
That mode alone floored me. I wouldn't really use the staccato mode or the "cleanup" mode (mutes all but what you meant to hit, which is an excuse for crap technique), but everything else has possibilities. The geek in me is definitely interested. Plus it looks sexy
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Endless sustain. Think about that for a minute. ENDLESS SUSTAIN.
That mode alone floored me. I wouldn't really use the staccato mode or the "cleanup" mode (mutes all but what you meant to hit, which is an excuse for crap technique), but everything else has possibilities. The geek in me is definitely interested. Plus it looks sexy

there's been endless sustain available for years with the ebow and the fernandes sustainer system etc.

that's probably the least incredible thing about this guitar.
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there's been endless sustain available for years with the ebow and the fernandes sustainer system etc.

that's probably the least incredible thing about this guitar.


+1

From a technological standpoint I think the muting is much more interesting but still; it's really not my thing...I can imagine your average drone/doom band would have field day with it though.
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+1

it's like when people moan about the gibson robot yet they use a digital tuner.


+1.

...and I love my digital tuner
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#35
It sounds like Eastern Classical. I don't think I would have a use for it. Besides, the E-Bow has been around for ages. I also can't imagine anyone having difficulty with muting strings.
#37
6,500 USD. not worth it. i'll keep my sustainless Ibanez thank you very much.
#38
i dunno it's pretty cool, but kinda of annoying to, it almost sounded foreign like Indian or Chinese. Not my style.
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#39
I wouldn't be suprised to see Allan Holdsworth sporting one but other than that I can't really see any reall applications in most music.
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