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 on: Today at 04:16:04 PM 
Started by MusicOverGear - Last post by Elantric
Good to hear the RPI is robust to harsh environments!

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 on: Today at 04:14:29 PM 
Started by MusicOverGear - Last post by BackDAWman
I used my PI at a gig last Sunday on the back of a Semi. It was hot and my gear, including the PI were sitting on the hot metal floor of the trailer.

It never missed a beat!

Also I have the Rasbian config on mine without the R/O set up. I have been happily switching it off and on with no problems.

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 on: Today at 04:02:40 PM 
Started by musicamex - Last post by Elantric
A respectable quantity of sonic exploration sits on the rack !

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 on: Today at 03:50:25 PM 
Started by musicamex - Last post by musicamex
Thank you for the PM.  Most excellent!

And thanks for the compliment on my axe.  Hang anything on your neck, or sit with it on your lap long enough and you tend to find the good and bad.  One of my favorite parts is hand sanding to 2000 under a palm tree with my favorite tunes playing.  And answering the "what kind of guitar is that" or "how do you sync those canned sound tracks with your band" at a live gig.  It amazes me that as long as this stuff has been around, it gets used very little at gigs, and the wtf factor in the crowd is right at the top of why i have a complex rig.

Here is a photo of me bedside "rack".  It is missing one axon for a memory battery change.  It is the first blue chip but with that great yamaha soundcard.  There is a digitec jam man and a few related pedals under, and some studio monitors above.    All is easily accessible from my bed.  Chill time at its best.  I get too distracted by other stuff/work in my shop/studio to get crazy and gigs are pretty limited from several perspectives.  That's one of the vg99s you helped me to update Elantric.

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 on: Today at 03:50:17 PM 
Started by banjoman - Last post by Elantric
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Hi everyone.  I have a Strat that I made (Warmoth parts) that has Graphtech Ghost piezos and the hexpander setup for 13 pin midi output.  I set it up that way thinking I could use it on a GR55, which I do not have yet.  I am now ready to get the GR55, but after reading about all the problems with the GR55 and graph tech ghost pickups, I'm a little leery about plunking down $700.  So, I had a thought about how to get the "acoustic" sound that I like from the graph tech pickups and the problem free interface with the GR55 from the GK3 pickup.  Is it possible to use both?  I was thinking I could remove the hexpander and 13 pin part of my setup, just leaving the ghost pickups, my 3 way switch (piezo, both, and magnetics), and my volume/tone combo pot on my magnetic pickups.  Could I then install the GK3 kit in the guitar as well, running the piezos and magnetics through the GK3 setup the same way you would normally just run the magnetics through.  That way, I would have 2 switches.  One would control piezo, both, and magnetics.  The other would control midi, both, and pickups (piezo, magnetics, or both combined...whichever I had selected).  I would also have the midi volume pot and the buttons in the GK3 kit (or could I use the two way momentary switch that I currently have installed?).  I know this is confusing...but I think it might work.  Any thoughts from any of you experienced folks out there?


Yes - I have a similar setup guitar  - a warmoth Frankenstrat i built back in 1998

LR Baggs Piezos ( for Acoustic sounds) Internal GK-2A with pickup from a Roland Ready Strat and ManiacMusic Sustainiac Stealth Plus Sustainer


Dick Dale / Jimi Hendrix Left angled Bridge PU

All output jacks are on the side - I had Robin Trower sign it back in 2008

http://www.vguitarforums.com/smf/index.php?topic=5809.msg39770#msg39770


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 on: Today at 03:50:09 PM 
Started by banjoman - Last post by Brent Flash
Welcome to the group banjo man!  :)

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 on: Today at 03:30:55 PM 
Started by banjoman - Last post by banjoman
Hi everyone.  I have a Strat that I made (Warmoth parts) that has Graphtech Ghost piezos and the hexpander setup for 13 pin midi output.  I set it up that way thinking I could use it on a GR55, which I do not have yet.  I am now ready to get the GR55, but after reading about all the problems with the GR55 and graph tech ghost pickups, I'm a little leery about plunking down $700.  So, I had a thought about how to get the "acoustic" sound that I like from the graph tech pickups and the problem free interface with the GR55 from the GK3 pickup.  Is it possible to use both?  I was thinking I could remove the hexpander and 13 pin part of my setup, just leaving the ghost pickups, my 3 way switch (piezo, both, and magnetics), and my volume/tone combo pot on my magnetic pickups.  Could I then install the GK3 kit in the guitar as well, running the piezos and magnetics through the GK3 setup the same way you would normally just run the magnetics through.  That way, I would have 2 switches.  One would control piezo, both, and magnetics.  The other would control midi, both, and pickups (piezo, magnetics, or both combined...whichever I had selected).  I would also have the midi volume pot and the buttons in the GK3 kit (or could I use the two way momentary switch that I currently have installed?).  I know this is confusing...but I think it might work.  Any thoughts from any of you experienced folks out there?
Thanks....

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 on: Today at 03:24:46 PM 
Started by MusicOverGear - Last post by MusicOverGear
Thanks. Yeah it's just the first piano in the library in Logic.

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 on: Today at 03:14:20 PM 
Started by Elantric - Last post by Elantric


http://www.hellomusic.com/items/livid-guitar-wing-wireless-midi-controller?utm_source=pm-email-10-22-2014&utm_medium=np-email&utm_campaign=livid

Read more details about Livid Music GuitarWing Wireless MIDI Controller here:
http://www.vguitarforums.com/smf/index.php?topic=10406.0

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 on: Today at 03:04:04 PM 
Started by Philip - Last post by Philip
It's still available. Anybody interested?

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