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WTF is this nonsense.

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Thts pretty cool. Need to see a demo with some savage tearing it up. Reviewer was great, now interested to see if this can get as nuts as I think it can.
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jeremyb wrote: Fri Aug 05, 2022 9:40 pm WTF is this nonsense.

That's very cool! I could imagine one in my future.
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Not sure about the whammy, but the virtual capo looks pretty cool... wonder if you can just use it as a pedal?

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Darth Sabbathi wrote: Sat Aug 06, 2022 11:05 am Not sure about the whammy, but the virtual capo looks pretty cool... wonder if you can just use it as a pedal?
Yup. Be good to hear/try it out clean also... Interested if its actually more convincing than digitech and modelling capo thingies

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Cdog wrote: Sat Aug 06, 2022 8:10 pm
Darth Sabbathi wrote: Sat Aug 06, 2022 11:05 am Not sure about the whammy, but the virtual capo looks pretty cool... wonder if you can just use it as a pedal?
Yup. Be good to hear/try it out clean also... Interested if its actually more convincing than digitech and modelling capo thingies
Absolutely. Ive been looking for something half convincing ever since i got my hand eaten by a machine

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I'd like to hear this in person. It seems to sound more natural than the Digitech Whammy, Eventide Pitch Shifter devices but Youtube's audio is not the finest representation. Be f'in great if it was built with the ability to store some open tunings too. Great way to turn your regular gat into a 12 or a Mandolin though.

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