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AnonJrPosted - 02 Nov 2010 : 23:36:39
Tech site Gizmodo recently posted about Gibson's newest creation. Here's the article:
quote:
This Is the World's Most Heavy-Tech Guitar


Gibson's Dusk Tiger has a name like cheap cologne and guts like no guitar before it. And with only 1,000 being manufactured, they're something of an endangered species.



You're forgiven for thinking Dusk Tiger looks like your average Les Paul. It's certainly similar enough, but as Wired points out:
quote:
The top is flat, not contoured, and the mahogany back of the marblewood body covers a chambered interior which reduces weight and tweaks tonality... The regular pickups also differ from the Les Paul standard setup. The neck pickup is a hum-canceling single-coil model (P-90h), and the bridge pickup is a Burst Bucker 3, a slightly over-wound humbucker.

You want more? Okay! How about Robot Tuners that can switch between tunings on the fly and tune your guitar for you 500 times on a single charge.

Throw in an internal pre-amp and parametric EQ, FireWire output, Ableton Live Lite 8 software included, and a master control knob that turns your axe into a LED light show. The only thing left for you to do is strum... and scrape together $4,150 to buy one of these. But trust me, it pays for itself in groupies. [Dusk Tiger via Wired]

Send an email to Brian Barrett, the author of this post, at bbarrett@gizmodo.com.



So, how cool is that? I like the "changing tunings" part myself.
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AXEMAN2415Posted - 28 Dec 2010 : 17:28:40
You may be right.....but I want one, anyway...lol
BassGuitar777Posted - 26 Dec 2010 : 09:46:50
I heard it's not that good and sounds bad.
AXEMAN2415Posted - 09 Nov 2010 : 16:35:27
Me, too!

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