[NAMM] AAS Strum Electric GS-1
Applied Acoustics Systems will be launching an electric version of its Strum Acoustic GS-1 plug-in at the 2009 Winter NAMM Show.
AAS has assured that Strum Electric GS-1 will offer the same strumming and chord detection engines as its acoustic sibling, and will be playable from a MIDI keyboard.
The body has been replaced with pickups, though, and a "flexible guitar rig" has also been added to the package.
More detail during the NAMM show special coverage on AudioFanzine, and on the Applied Acoustic website: www.applied-acoustics.com, as it gets updated.
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