Vibesware Guitar Resonators are effect devices for guitar feedback playing introduced in 2008, designed to agitate one or multiple strings by a magnetic field from a driver mounted on a stand.
It works with every guitar that has steel strings and pickup(s). Accustic guitars with piezo's can be applied also. Guitar players don't need to modify their guitar, which is different to guitar integrated sustainers available on the market.
The new GR-Junior has a compact design. It concentrates 3 Watt Resonator Power in a small enclosure at the gooseneck which also includes input/output plugs. It has a slider switch for harmonic mode switching and a blue status LED at the Resonator head.
Vibesware say they developed this new model to provice an easy to use universal "feedback tool" especially for home and studio recording.
Pricing & Availability
The GR-Junior is available for 139 EUR and it is now shipping.
Visit www.vibesware.com for more information.
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