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As one of the first posters, I'm super excited that we now have a place where we can meet and discuss the Gittler Guitar. First off, I love the guitar.
Second, I tried playing it thought the Boss GP-10 and that is amazing. I waited 2 years to get my hands on the guitar and it was worth every second. If you have a guitar please post and let's talk about how we use it. 1. What amps and effects are you using? 2. What kind of gigs have you played with it? If we want the community to grow please post and lets get this going! Lets hear from you... __________________ - proud Gittler player!
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Hey Bob, love your videos. I learned from your demo even though I had the Gittler already!
Unfortunately, I'm currently not using my Gittler nearly enough. I'm in a tight space, with an even tighter schedule. I've been lucky to grab my acoustic for 20 min. a night these past few months. This should change around the middle of next year. I moved overseas and haven't even bought an amp, so I've just used an old cheap no-name amp my wife had. That should also change soon. I'm thinking to get a small amp and have a few in mind, though I may buy local (I'm in Australia now) and grab a 5w "Ant" from Sherlock to use while we're still renting. I haven't played any gigs in years, but I AM scoring a few mobile game/app projects with it. I'm using a GP-10 to connect the Gittler to DAW and Soft Synths. I've used some instruments and plug ins through Kontakt 5. The mapping on some of them isn't what I expected but it was functional enough. Rough test: I plan on grabbing a seaboard rise to compliment the Gittler, a tiny korg midi keyboard, and a blackbird fretless w/ fishman tripleplay for doing electronic music. When I HAVE been able to play at home it sounded pretty tight, even through a shitty amp. I have a ton of effects that would be collecting dust if they weren't in an anvil case, but I did test a few out with the Gittler. The Spaceman Effects Voyager trem and Orion analog spring reverb - sounded amazing. All in all, I have a bit of a wait before I'll be in the right place, physical and schedule wise, to dig into the Gittler as much as I'd like. I'm primarily an acoustic player.
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I checked out your tune Treasure. Very cool. I know the feeling of not having enough time to play. I take my guitar to work most days hoping that I can find a few minutes to practice and I don't even take it out of the case on most days. All you can do is keep banging on the rock! Good luck getting an amp and getting back into your Gittler. I love my guitar and I try to play it as much as I can. It is still the coolest guitar in the world! Take care __________________ - proud Gittler player!
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You guys, how pleasant is it to carry your Gittlers anywhere amd everywhere? Is it totally lightweight ith the case? i have some cool travel guitar but its almost as heavy as a regular, though much better adapted for carrying. Eish i can get my hands on a 3 pound guitar someday
__________________ -Shadow Knight