To make it easy, I'll just number the components:
2) Noise gate
5) Mel 9 pedal
6) Micro Cube amp- using the line out
7) Tascam DP-008EX- everything is aimed towards recording.
8) Cry baby wah
This is all I have at this point in time. Thanks for any help!!!
Not to buy one, just musing about how some parts of the design of the Strat are so set in stone. Like, if the strat didn't exist, and you gave a playable prototype to a string of players, and three self adhesive knobs and said:" stick these where you would want them if this was custom made for...
A lot of the 50's and 60's Tributes come sans pickguard. Did Gibson in fact release many guitars back then without pickguard? Or did they release them, and players promptly installed their own? I was just curious because I have a 60's Tribute, and it got me to "thinking" :lol:
That's cool and all, but I'm not looking for funny sounding voices. I envision plugging the mike into this box and selecting, say, alto sax. Any "doot doo doot" I make is going to come out sax. Ideally, autotuned with the ability to momentarily suppress it so's you can bend and go crazy, then...
I'm really ignorant and old, so please be gentle. A stand alone box, not midi, in which your voice notes, whistling or humming are translated into instrument voices real time. I know there was a toy that did that years ago, I'm thinking something a bit more refined. I'm not talking Frampton.:smile: