WANT? or Destroy

Suave Eddie

Senior Member
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11,214
Destroy it definitely. That is awful.
"So you can play songs virtually instantly, rather than having to master awkward finger positions."

Reminds me of the old song by the Bonzo Dog Band, Mr Apollo --
"No tiresome excercises. No tricks. No unpleasant bending. Wrestle poodles and win!"
 

bugzapper

Member
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1,671
This thing will in no way allow random doofuses to play their favorite songs instantly in a way that sounds remotes like their favorite songs.

Maybe that will make the doofuses appreciate actual musicians.

Otherwise, destroy.
 

Nickstrtcstr

Lactose Intolerant Guitar Slinger
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4,392
Non musical people can finger chords on that thing. Non musical people should have fun trying to mix and match random chords.
 

geek-mo

Silver Supporting Member
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9,698
What do we care? We're being replaced by robots or DJs, anyway. Let people finger themselves.
 

-CM-

Something Clever Here
Gold Supporting Member
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1,725
I don't think it's any better or worse than keyboard systems that have been around for decades; it's just a different form-factor. If it engages people musically, what does it matter?
 

John C

Gold Supporting Member
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6,256
I think I saw this thing's grandfather back in the 1980s - but it was billed a s synth controller (with touch pads, no real strings, etc.). However, I don't recall who made it.
 

GA20T

Member
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4,503
Where are the "guitarists are so stuck in tradition, what we need is more simulation/technology" guys to comment on this one?
 

Flyin' Brian

Silver Supporting Member
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30,128
The only thing constant is change. If this catches on or if it tanks, it won't be because of anything TGP says or does.
 

Sweetfinger

Silver Supporting Member
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12,518
I already have a Suzuki Omnichord. Do I really need a Baldwin Fun Machine/Lowry Magic Genie in a plastic stick?
 




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