Paul Vo is working on a new synth guitar
Father of the Moog Guitar, Paul Vo, unveiled a new instrument, this time an acoustic guitar equipped with a synth concept.
Called VO-96, this new guitar is equipped with a concept named LV-96 which modulates the harmonics generated by the guitar strings. It allows for long sustains, tremolos, sequences, and more. 16 channels are instantiated per string, so the system has 96 channels for controlling the harmonics of all the notes.
Paul Vo explains that this concept is based on physical synthesis, with an additional digital processing, and that the guitar is not amplified.
There is no information about the launching of the system nor the price yet. You'll find more details on voinventions.com and in the videos below:
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