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Re: new looper
On Block Island this summer, I saw a band play and it was 3 guitar
players that sang. They were backed up by Kareoke discs. I couldn't
believe it. They were really nice people that simply wanted to sound
good. They played to a full house of very happy and enthused (and
drunk) boaters who couldn't have cared a less. They then collected
there 2 grand for 5 hours of work and left happy. Thats who this
pedal is marketed to and they will sell a shitload of them.
Also, with all these play along devices like this and the fender g
decs, we are in danger of creating a whole generation of guitar
players with good time. Very Dangerous.
On Aug 11, 2008, at 9:52 PM, Jeff Duke wrote:
> yeah, it goes along with "Guitar Hero" and all the clones, nothing
> wrong I guess. Probably a great practice tool for budding "rock
> stars". That is the appeal of these phrase samplers like the new
> Jam man. It has a center cut for cutting out vocals and lead
> instruments so you can play along with your favs. Kareoki ya know!
> Hence the lack of feedback control on so much new looping gear. But
> then I am an old school amateur.
> 2c worth,
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Matt Davignon"
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Monday, August 11, 2008 8:33 PM
> Subject: Re: new looper
>> All it needs now is a big sticker that says "JUST FOR AMATEURS!" I
>> can't be the only one who feels insulted by the idea of equipment in
>> which the main marketing appeal is a simulation of playing with
>> I mean, yes, I'm an amateur, but ouch dude - I like to pretend that
>> I'm *a little* original!
>> Could it have a much more blatantly needed feature instead, like the
>> ability to fade out after a few repeats so I can end a song
>> gracefully? Apparently not.
>> Bad Line-6. No paycheck for you.
>> Matt Davignon
>> On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 5:46 AM, Jeff Duke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> Just spotted this.
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