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AW: Roland VG8
Well said, mark! I never really understood what guitarists where trying to
do or say or be with their guitar synths, but perhaps that's because I'm
originally a keyboard player (well, I really can't play guitar at all,
although I own two electrics and an acoustic and even a Yamaha guitalele
(which is a funny thing), and even more bass guitars), but yeah, the idea
might have been a "I want a keyboard sound, but without losing the
expressiveness of the guitar playing", just as Kevin said...but the way to
great synth tones are synths, and the best way to control them isn't a
guitar equipped with some strange interface.
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: mark sottilaro [mailto:email@example.com]
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 1. Februar 2006 22:18
> An: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Betreff: Re: Roland VG8
> After years of fooling around with guitar synths, I finally
> said "why am I trying to get my guitar to be a keyboard?"
> Within a few weeks I was better at pulling off leads on my
> keyboard then I was on the guitar synth. Get one with
> aftertouch as it's a better way of simulating the kind of
> thing you can do with a string on a guitar. I like the
> Novation Remote series. There is no delay and you can get
> any synth tone imaginable. Trust me, it's worth it.
> --- Kevin <kevin@TheNettles.com> wrote:
> > >From: RPGfreak@web.de
> > >Anyone know this VG8? I'm interested in a device
> > that can create
> > >synthetic tones but keeps the expressiveness of the
> > guitar playing,
> > >something which I missed when trying Roland GR
> > synthesizer series.
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