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Re: Suddenly realizes there's hardware designers here ...
On Saturday, November 10, 2001, at 06:05 AM, Hedewa7@aol.com wrote:
> also: recently, i saw (?in a magazine?) a guitarist who had embedded a
> pad into his instrument.
When I bought the KAOSS pad, it was my intention to somehow mount it on
my Steinberger. I had purchased it sight unseen, because a trusted
friend had used it and recommended it highly. Boy was I wrong. That
sucker's pretty big. Seems like it would take a lot of mutilation to
get it into your guitar. I also found it better to effect loops, than
the output of my guitar. Same holds true of the Air FX. It still would
be cool if it could be mounted to my instrument, but that would mean
running audio cables back and forth to my guitar, in addition to what's
coming out of the Roland GK-2A. A little excessive, I think. So, for
now, the Air FX sits close bye on it's mic mount, and the KAOSS pad
belongs to my wife. I've had worse things happen to me.