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Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by jquanmusic, Jan 17, 2020.
I'm going to need to hear this one.
No demo of the sound?!?
My thoughts too. I was under the impression that polyphonic pitch shifting was like the hardest thing to pull off.
I wonder what the range in pitch will be.
Looks great. Can’t wait to actually hear it.
I walked by and saw that. Unfortunately, they were located in the LOUDEST corner of the whole place and you couldn’t hear anything other than a drone of noise.
May have just been their booth.
No, dude. The whole place was near a corner that is a notorious bass trap. You hear this constant rumble, reminiscent of the sentinels from the Matrix movies.
It’s unsettling, to say the least.
I was just messin. As much as I’d love to take it in one day, I’m sure it’s a cacophony in that place.
Wow we need clips, pronto!
Oh, Gamechanger Audio, I think I love you.
On pins a needles!
Predictable rockabilly fun and potential high price aside, this may ultimately be the dream pedal of every shoegazer with a hardtail guitar who still wants to do those seasick shallow dips, i.e. getting all Kevin Shields-y with a Telecaster.
Exactly. If only we knew how it actually sounds and performs. That video above was... not fulfilling.
Cosmo called it.... that whole section of the building was ridiculous........
There stuff is definitely unique!
Any clips yet? This looks cool!
Eh. Who am I kidding? Where do I preorder?
Let's start a rumor ...
I hear that Sho-Bud is conniving with the ex-Digitech-guyz at Line6 and their target is to separate out each string's notes and pass them to a series of monophonic pitch shifters controlled by a big group of AGO foot-pedals, allowing you to play full-on pedal steel licks on yer hardtail guitar.
Used on a synth in this clip:
MSA made something like this in the early 80's. Mechanical rather than digital but still very cool.
Kinda cool on a great many levels.
I got lost after I installed a PalmPedal, and that was just bending two strings.
I just love that they used a Peavey... no one cares if you carve up a PV...if you cut up the back of an LP or Strat like that, TGP would come unglued. Carve up a PV = not a whimper.