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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by Scar Symmetry, Apr 21, 2009.
What are people using to record and jam over loops? Was looking at the Ditto X4 but I’d like something that I could do both: 1) quickly loop a chord or rhythm to practice over; 2) have prerecorded tunes for performances (without using recorded tracks on a computer).
my oh my.....
i just have GGD midi packs that I use most of the time for jamming over something. I picked up a bunch on sale. I used ez drummer before that, but I like GGD way better for workflow. I'll usually throw on one of the midi grooves when I record just to have something there, and then I go back later and change it all to make it actually work with the song.
Was browsing the Kiesel in-stock section...it's too hot. I gotta have it.
Does anyone else make walnut necks? Those kiesel walnut necks look so nice
The guys at Kiesel must be ill or something, that's one good looking guitar...
"Mods are asleep, build a tasteful guitar."
I’ve been getting into Ukulele lately and having so much fun. Work has been tough lately with a staffing shortage and feeling too beat down to play guitar. Plus when I’m home it’s late and the wife is also home. However, the ukulele is an option. Fun and cheap!
Also this is the best neck.
That’s actually pretty cool.
Not sure I'd play it much but I'd sure hang it on the wall.
That guitar looks....like it exists. For sure, that is one of the guitars ever.
I think aesthetically I’m drawn to the “Tele” but M1 will likely be the more desired/collectible plus it’s period correct lol.
I have no idea what I'd use it for, but I simply must have it.
Easily the m1. I came really close to buying one recently.
I agree, the M1. If you've got an itch for a heavy metal tele burning a hole in your pocket....scratch it with a fender contemporary.....my .2 cents
Yeah but then you got that silly trem that's all the bad of a floyd and none of the good
Do i need another hm2 type pedal? nah but this thing seems super cool