Fender fans will be able to benefit from Keith McMillen's latest creation, a six-string sustainer called StrongArm.
StrongArm is a AA-battery operated sustainer that can adjust the amount of sustain for Fender-style guitars. According to KMI, any note, chord or harmonic can keep on sounding endlessly until you decide to stop it.
The StrongArm Sustainer picks up and drives all six strings by systems embedded within the actual saddle piece with a sensor that sees the tiniest changes in position of the strings termination at the bridge. At the same time, application of the drive energy is moderated by a specially designed bridge pickup.
It comes with six sustainer saddles, smart driver card and rechargeable battery system. Plus, it features a USB port for charging and communicating with the free editor included, and users can make presets to control all parameters (imagine you only want a sustain on two strings and at a given fret, for instance…).
List price: $495.
For more info visit www.keithmcmillen.com.
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