[NAMM] The Gizmotron upgraded to v2
Guitar and bassist players who are using violining effects can discover at Summer NAMM 2015 the upgraded version of the Gizmotron.
The Gizmotron is an electro-mechanical system that installs on an electric guitar or bass and allows for producing bowing effects without having to modify the instrument. A Speed knob allows for changing the level, tone and attack, this can also be achieved via the optional SPD-1 control foot pedal. This feature allows for altering the type of effect and generate drones or polyphonic sustains for instance.
The Gizmotron 2 is USB powered via the included 3m cable, also provided is a toolkit to install the device.
The Gizmotron can be used on electric guitars as well as 4 and some 5-string basses.
The new Gizmotron 2 that is unveiled at Summer NAMM can be pre-ordered now for a special introductory price of $439,99 instead of $759,99 for bass or $449,99 instead of 599,90 for guitar. More info at www.gizmotron.com.
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