1. The Gear Page is run by musicians for musicians. We listen, we learn and if we misstep we are not afraid to do the right thing. We proposed some changes to the Emporiums. Based on feedback from members, we have decided to not go ahead with those changes. However, it has also highlighted that we need some community input into what is working and what is not working for members here. Primarily focused on the Emporiums, we'd like input on your thoughts about TGP and how things work in the Emporiums for you and how you'd improve them. The discussion thread on the is here!

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Discussion in 'The Gear Reviews' started by Alan Atmeh, Mar 3, 2017.

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  1. Alan Atmeh

    Alan Atmeh Member

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    Hello gear Lovers!

    I've been working intensely with my team at Band Industries developing Roadie 2, an automatic tuner for almost any string instrument.

    The 3 main differences compared to the first Roadie Tuner is that Roadie 2 is standalone, built with a state of the art vibration sensor to tune accurately in the noisiest environments, and comes with a built-in OLED screen.

    We'd genuinely love to get honest feedback from fellow musicians like you.

    We're launching a Kickstarter campaign in a few weeks, and need to gather as much insights as we can to do this right.

    All the details on our new landing page: Roadie 2

    Share your feedback, however good or bad :)

    Thanks a lot!
     
  2. WhiskeyTango

    WhiskeyTango Member

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    I like the idea and design. Congrats on a cool product.

    Would be nice if you could have one model for bass or guitar. I assume the issue here was gearing/resolution?
     
  3. milli vanilli

    milli vanilli Member

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    That's a pretty cool concept...I like how it isn't integrated into the guitar itself (hello major brand that starts with G and ends with ibson)
     

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