Bradshaw CAE RST-LS

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So, Bob is mass producing the RST-LS System that he custom made for Josh Smith earlier this year. This is the first single unit switching system he's offered. GigRig killer? Dunno, but I've got one coming...


 
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Interesting that this post got zero traction here. Do you guys not use switching systems, or is Bradshaw not on anyone's radar anymore?
 

Holzar1988

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Personally, I think it's very cool. But at that price, it's a seriously pro piece of a equipment. You'd have to have a lot of pedals and a lot of complexity to your rig if you were anything less than a touring professional to justify sinking that kind of money into a switching system. It's definitely a cool piece of gear, but for the same money you could have a new Line 6 Helix or Axe Fx FX8, which give some switching capability and state-of-the-art effects too. That's my guess, anyway, for the lack of response here.
 

ChaseTMP

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^^this and I think Boss' ES-8 has the majority of people's attention who are/were in the market for an advanced switching system.
 

mixn4him

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And honestly I could buy a used 4x4 and RS10 for much less than this. I know its not a compact floorboard switcher but I think Bob went a little high on the price point...
 

Guitar Josh

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It's impossible to be a GigRig killer at $1,500. It's way overpriced, I don't care who its made by.
 

lifeinsong

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No doubt that Bradshaw makes great stuff but the problem is that as usual it's seriously overpriced for the average musician, and these days there are a number of other more affordable alternatives.
 






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