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Re: beginner guitar synth questions - stompbox DIY

> Unisonic (I think that's what it was called)

The one with the rubber fretboard, right?

I forget the name of it too, but it was a truly great
piece of crap. A local store was blowing them out for
$100 about 8-10 years ago. A friend and I snagged a couple
of them, hooked them up to a couple cruddy MIDI boxes
(TX81z and FB-01), ran them through the FX, and jammed
out some very cool droney, rhythmics for hours on end!

I wish I still had mine too.

- Larry T

----- Original Message -----
From: <Echophazer@aol.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 15, 2000 3:34 PM
Subject: Re: beginner guitar synth questions - stompbox DIY

> Hey look! I found one of the few letters where actual information was
> spread! My only experience with a g-synth came when I was 9 years old. My
> mother bought me a Unisonic (I think that's what it was called) off of 
> home shopping network. Did that thing ever suck! Now though I wish I had
> back (gone for many years). I think of all the ways it could be put into
> with the proper filters and effects. At first I hated it because it was a
> and wasn't what I meant to get when I asked for an electric guitar. Now I
> would like to see what that horrific thing could be pushed to do. I've
> great music come from pots and pans. If you want to express them selves
> these quirky instruments then by all means challenge yourself. I was
> to this forum looking for info on Steve Reich and his tape phase music. I
> really have nothing to do with guitars but I still enjoy reading positive
> information. Lets please bring the discussion group back to the spread of
> knowledge.
> Living life above the zero crossing,
> One of the many Peters