Tyler Variax HD Workbench Patches
Started by goffredo, December 07, 2023, 11:14:21 AM
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Quote from: goffredo on December 07, 2023, 11:14:21 AMFirst is the guitar. If I plan to do "midi stuff" as per above, when purchasing a Godin Multiac (or Grand Concert), is it advantageous for my plans to opt for a Godin Multiac that has the "SA" option -- that is, the 13-pin MIDI output that is integrated into the 6 independent 'hex' pickups on the guitar? Or has MIDI technology advanced to the point where I can accomplish the same thing without needing the guitar itself to host the special MIDI pickups and output?I ask because I must decide upon a Multiac with either the "SA" MIDI output option, --OR-- no MIDI output, but a fancy LR Baggs internal body pickup, which is great for percussive guitar work like string & body slaps, and which sounds really good when blended in with the string pickups using the guitar's built-in pickup blend slider.
Quote from: goffredo on December 09, 2023, 02:53:31 AMThanks for the input folks.So in terms of the sound processing performed by a GP-10 pedal, how would a Godin Multiac with the "SA" option (built-in 13-pin output) compare to the exact same Godin guitar without the "SA" option (NO built-in 13-pin output) but, for example, with the aftermarket GP-3 pickup installed on it? Or to put it more simply, is the 13-pin output from Godin's factory installed bridge pickups going to be much better than an aftermarket customer-installed GP-3 pickup, for sound processing through, for example, the GP-10?My motivation in asking this is because I have to pick between the built-in 13-pin output ("SA" option) OR a nice Lyric body pickup ("Deluxe" option) but no built-in 13-pin output.