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  • #16
    Seems like it does a pretty decent job to me.
    Originally Posted by perrydabassman


    Think of it like the guy who walks into the bar and asks every girl in there for a blow job. 9 out of 10 girls is going to smack the **************** out of him, but the tenth......





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    • #17
      Seems like it does a pretty decent job to me.


      Yes, I agree, and remember that unlike some systems, in the JamVox version of their "guitar eliminator" circuitry, you can optimize the controls to get the best results, and then name and save these settings as a profile, which you can then re-load if you come across similar material.
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      • #18
        Yes, I agree, and remember that unlike some systems, in the JamVox version of their "guitar eliminator" circuitry, you can optimize the controls to get the best results, and then name and save these settings as a profile, which you can then re-load if you come across similar material.


        I should point out that the GXT works on any center-focused material, including vocals. You just move the controls around to find the best setting for what you want to remove. The more drastic results you want, the more "altered" the resultant sound, so if you're trying to cop a note-for-note solo, you don't have to bury the lead guitar that much, as your own playing will mask the original.
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        • #19
          From the voxamps.com website:


          JamVOX Guitaraoke Nights!

          Catch a demo of JamVOX and try it out yourself! VOX representatives will be on hand to demonstrate JamVOX, then the stage is yours. Bring your guitar. We’ll bring the backing tracks. Everyone who plays gets a free VOX t-shirt.

          April 29, 2009 - 70PM
          Guitar Trader
          San Diego, CA

          May 1, 2009 - 70PM
          Northwest Guitars
          Bellevue, WA

          May 1, 2009 - 70PM
          Musicmakers
          Austin, TX
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          • #20
            Here's the YouTube video showing GXT in action.



            Vox is pushing the guitar extraction features, but of course the JamVox can do much more, including providing a nice practice interface that lets you drag and drop effects to create a whole signal chain.

            I'm wondering how Vox's "JamVox karaoke nights" are going. Any word from folks in San Diego, Bellevue, or Austin?
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            • #21
              i have a jam vox i really like it ..nice tool i like the GXT to remove guitar parts from songs

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              • #22
                I love mine, although haven't used it in a while.
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                • #23
                  http://youtu.be/8JGCetHzC6I http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1foqCFaCrJY" data-vcode="1foqCFaCrJY" data-vprovider="youtube" >

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                  • #24

                    me to i use it as a speaker most of the time ,,nice monitor

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