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Please put your pickup/wiring discussions in the Electronics section; and put discussions about repair issues, including "disappearing" errors in new instruments, in the Repairs section.
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Andy Barth

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Here we can re-design the venerable electric guitar to greater heights or depths if you prefer...

Mario Proulx
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Oh no we can't....

Andy Barth

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Well we can try...
good to see you Mario!

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I bet we can. With lasers! And jet packs!

Roger Rosenberger
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With all the advancements in nanobiotechnology I think we could.
Just imagine a guitar that will play any note or chord you're thinking about and play it perfectly. And all through a 1/4" plug.
Of course you should still put in a fresh 9V before an important gig.

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Roger Rosenberger wrote:With all the advancements in nanobiotechnology I think we could.
Just imagine a guitar that will play any note or chord you're thinking about and play it perfectly. And all through a 1/4" plug.
Of course you should still put in a fresh 9V before an important gig.
Quoting test.
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Steve Senseney
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So, I can be on two windows in the same form software at the same time.

This means I can exhibit my split personality better!

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BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP.This is a test. Had it been an actual emergency, etc, yada yada.

Eoin O'Neill
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Wot's a guitar???

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Charlie Schultz
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Hi Eoin and welcome!

Robert Smallwood
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Paul Rhoney wrote:I bet we can. With lasers! And jet packs!
We'll just move to a zero gravity environment..

Dennis Antel
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A new location is always a good thing

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This is so electrifying! I'm stoked!

Andy Barth

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Good to see you back Dennis and Mike.

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Roger Rosenberger wrote:With all the advancements in nanobiotechnology I think we could.
I think it was the late sixties, there was a (B) movie (I think) with James Coburn, called "The President's Analyst." Seems foreign governments, and assorted other bad guys were trying to get to the president's analyst in order to extract secrets that the president had revealed in therapy but not to anyone else.

Of course the worst of the bad guys (Ma Bell) succeeded in getting the analyst from the other bad guys. Seems they were interested in influencing the president with a potentially unpopular plan: to replace phones as we know them with micro (probably nano, now) chip phones that could be injected into the blood stream and would become lodged in the brain. One would think of a person and communicate directly, without talking, without hardware. Because of potential misuse for mind control, AT&T was expecting resistance from the public. James Coburn gets a hold of a machine gun and destroys Ma Bell [The End]

Application for Guitar Making: Nano chips in the brain that drives an eGuitar. Play like Segovia/Hendrix/Elvis, without practicing scales! Just think about it, and it comes out of the guitar.

Never suffer to have someone tell you, "It's in the fingers" again!

When someone says to you "that's all in you mind" it won't be an insult.

Any backing for a subforum for "Nano Controllers and eGuitars"?

Edit: Where is the smoking emoticon, when you need it?

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