The future of digital

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  1. Sournote

    Sournote Senior Member

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    I was so worried about it, I pulled the trigger on an Epi Michael Schenker 67 Flying V.

    I've had GAS for a V for quite a while, but don't want to put a lot into one since I doubt I'll play it a bunch. A '67 Flying V clone was my second guitar (and favorite) when I was a kid so I mainly want it for nostalgia sake so a tricked out Epi fits the bill.
     
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  2. Donal

    Donal ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Premium Member

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    1 Guitar, just 1 :eek:

    God forebid :laugh2:
     
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    Steinmetzify Banned

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    Wait until it has a touch screen and its own wifi connection and a search engine powered by tone keywords like "spongy in the mids" and "crushing gain" that will automatically create composite tones for you based on feedback from other users. Maybe they'll build Siri in and let you record and post clips directly to forums with the built in video camera that tabs out what you play with finger recognition software.
     
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