Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by AndrewSimon, Apr 1, 2008.
I stumbled upon this:
Click link and wait for the video to load!
I got to play it. Way cool idea. Sounds great! Lots of electronics built into a guitar I could never play, and no plans to OEM it to other builders.
I'm in...anybody know more about price, when it'll be on the market, who's building it for Moog, tech specs, etc?
Based on that clip, it sounds like the guitar synth I've always wanted (and have spent thousands of dollars trying to find...).
Intriguing...why is it a guitar you could never play? Cosmetics? Build quality?
That's pretty cool, I'm sure MOOG will be pricey. I've been a player of midi guitar synth user for many years from the Roland G707 w/controller, I had a Casio/ESP guitar synth and now have a Roland GK2 strat with a GR30 controller. I mainly use it for recording and used to use it live on occasion.
Just not my style. I'm sure some people with love it. I believe Zion is making the guitar. It's a much more advanced much more interesting sounding sustainer guitar with a built in fixed low pass filter for effect. I can see guys like Holdsworth digging it, but they couldn't get past the wood.
Is this another moog April Fool?
'cos I would have bought the last April Fool they put up too...
That's exactly what it sounds like...and why I'd like one. As an early E-Bow adopter, I've been waiting for a really controllable six-string version for 30 years...
If it has a midi out, I'm sold.
Anyone know when it's supposed to be released?
Wow, it sounds fantastic - intriguing, to me - but it looks so... 1989.