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Re: Acoustic guitars modeling

Thats correct the klein is not a modeler and has
automatic motors which tune the string to the
preprogramed pitch, althoug with all that mechanism
insde i am also suspect of its sound.It also has the
soundhole below which will with no doubt alter the
typical acoustic sound.

--- Daryl <highhorse@mhorse.com> wrote:
> The Klein doesn't seem to be a modeler, unless I'm
> misunderstanding 
> something...it seems to have motors for adjusting
> tunings.  I think 
> that's a fantastic evolution, hopefully someday
> it'll be affordable.  
> The Line6 appears to be the worst idea I've ever
> heard of - short of the 
> tuning function, which is interesting but a little
> suspect, if my 
> experience with intelligent harmonizers and chords
> is any indication.  
> But ramming a genuine steel-string guitar through EQ
> is supposed to make 
> it sound (or feel) like a nylon-string?  please.
> Daryl Shawn
> highhorse@mhorse.com
> >i keep dreaming that someday there will be a system
> >that will make my life easier on stage playing in
> open
> >tunnings,but i see its starting to happen!I am
> quite
> >impressed by this product of line6 has anyone tried
> >one yet? i would appreciate your comments!
> >
> >http://www.line6.com/VariaxAcoustic/intro.html
> >
> >this is probably better if you have the money!
> >
> >http://www.kleinguitars.com/transperformance.htm
> >cheers
> >L.a
> >  
> >


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