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  • rounard75rounard75

    Cd guitar trainer for

    Tascam CD-GT2Published on 04/27/11 at 13:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The latest version of this product is in MP3 with memory. In the CD version the big plus of this product is the ability to play in a loop of the passages, to transpose the song without changing the tempo or change the pitch (pitch), changing the tempo or not to work on difficult passages. The reader is equipped with a simulator effects for guitar and microphone, which can be customize. There are some great "classic" electric guitar (distortion, phrasing, delay, compressor, etc. ...). The sound is satisfactory for a road warrior, there is nothing to connect the camera to a receiver to take advantage of other sounds. There is a jack for headphones, an outlet, a guitar or microphone jack. Come…
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    The latest version of this product is in MP3 with memory. In the CD version the big plus of this product is the ability to play in a loop of the passages, to transpose the song without changing the tempo or change the pitch (pitch), changing the tempo or not to work on difficult passages. The reader is equipped with a simulator effects for guitar and microphone, which can be customize. There are some great "classic" electric guitar (distortion, phrasing, delay, compressor, etc. ...). The sound is satisfactory for a road warrior, there is nothing to connect the camera to a receiver to take advantage of other sounds. There is a jack for headphones, an outlet, a guitar or microphone jack. Comes with adapter that came with industry.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple to use, the interface is very ergonomic (small paper manual practice), editing sound correct without competing with powerful amps of course, connections and power to the headphones very well. It is a device particularly suited for training and nomadic use (holidays, weekends, nights).

    SOUNDS

    - Sounds good for this type of device, "transistor", the quality can work on all styles of music
    - I have a HSS guitar, it goes in all registers
    - The "+" loops, pitch shifter, retarder, reading individual or all tracks on the CD

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a year now, it's a very good product. The MP3 version will avoid to take all his cds but for those who remain attached to the physical media is a very valuable product. The value for money is good (around 120 euros), no competing product to my knowledge of this range, it's still a good amateur but good quality. Happy with this purchase! I liked that it integrates a recording function on SD card ...
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