02-02-2013 12:50 PM
While it doesn't interest me still, it's nice that it could be installed or uninstallled. I can see it being used on other guitars in the future.
06-19-2013 02:25 AM
All this robot tech by Gibson, I can understand developing it for innovation, but honestly, not sure there is a market for this. Sometimes I think Gibson is looking for something to do...
Anyway, I read here you need to be careful about string gauge...
06-19-2013 10:05 AM
Looks like you have to replace the tuners as well and I'm guessing there's not a version for inline tuners. I don't have a guitar expensive enough to justify the investment and if I did I'm not sure I'd install one and mess up a truly nice guitar. All in all, I think it needs further development.
06-19-2013 01:18 PM - edited 06-19-2013 01:22 PM
I have a 2012 Studio Limited. I can't put it down. I simply love it. It's not a min-e-tune, but a full robot. It is nice not to have to manually tune or switch guitars between various tunings in a set. Then again, if I had a guitar tech standing backstage with the next change I'd probably like switching guitars/tuning every 2-3 songs. :-D The peizo is awesome.
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