World’s First iPad Guitar – The Mantaray

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World’s First iPAD GUITAR DJ Frame! – MANTARAY – Demo PART 1

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PRESS RELEASE – FRANZ KELLER DESIGNS Worlds First iPad Guitar / DJ Frame – MANTARAY iTAR ! Sturdy hand cut plexiglass body holds iPad, Kaoss Pad and Kaossilator* in fully usable, yet safe and secure position. Great for live performance! Now use BOTH hands to play your iPad music apps (instead of wasting one in merely holding the iPad.) Use ANY iPad music app to it’s fullest potential! Official Franz K Apps, designed for the Mantaray, will be available soon on the App Store. Designed and hand built in the USA, by artists and musicians! $100 plus S&H Official USA / world distributor: NoiseBug.net – Analogue Synths, Botique Guitar effects and More – LA Area Showroom *Future versions will be designed for other useful sets of gear, and feature interchangeable lock plates for different devices.

iPad Guitar – The Hammerhead AxePad

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WORLD’S Second IPAD GUITAR / DJ FRAME! HAMMERHEAD AXEPAD! All is revealed.

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Gotta see it to believe it! NEW Second Edition of my iPad Guitar / DJ Frame “You Will believe in the power of the iPad Guitar…!”

How To Play Blues Guitar

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Beginner Blues rhythm guitar Lesson How to play blues guitar

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Guitar Rig Pro 5

Native Instruments has introduced Guitar Rig 5 Pro, the next generation of its guitar effects studio.

The new version expands the comprehensive feature set of the software with additional amplifiers and effects, advanced speaker emulation, and various new creative features that make GUITAR RIG even more powerful both for studio production and live performance.

In a further addition to its carefully selected arsenal of authentically modeled guitar amplifiers, GUITAR RIG 5 introduces the new “Van51″ and “HotSolo+” models, adding two distinctive flavors of heavily overdriven amplification for intense solos and heavy riffs. The comprehensive collection of effects in GUITAR RIG is expanded with six new components – including an additional classic compressor model, the versatile “vintage verb” with various plate and spring emulations, a compact studio-grade convolution reverb based on the acclaimed REFLEKTOR, an analog-modeled 8-band filterbank, the new “stereo tune” chorus, and the unique “Resochord” harmonizer.

GUITAR RIG 5 also introduces the ultimate facility for flexible and intricate speaker emulation with its new convolution-based “Control Room Pro” module. From a comprehensive collection of 27 cabinets and 16 microphones, up to eight cabinets can be combined at a time, each with individual mic placement and room sound controls, enabling an unlimited array of guitar tones for sophisticated studio productions.

The new sidechaining function in GUITAR RIG 5 opens up the world of advanced studio-level dynamic processing, and also perfectly complements the new range of GUITAR RIG-based studio processors such as VINTAGE COMPRESSORS and SOLID MIX SERIES. The sidechain can be assigned to any stereo input of the software, and can be utilized for all compressor modules in GUITAR RIG 5 as well as in several of the Modifier modules, allowing for more refined dynamic processing and a wide range of creative techniques.

The performance features of GUITAR RIG 5 are further enhanced through the new “Container”, which allows users to easily create, control and recall encapsulated effect chains. With up to sixteen flexible macro controls, it also provides extremely powerful and intuitive real-time tone shaping both for guitarists and electronic live performers.

GUITAR RIG 5 PRO will be available in September 2011 for a $199 USD / 179 EUR, and will also be included in the new KOMPLETE 8 and KOMPLETE 8 ULTIMATE bundles. The software will also be available in combination with the RIG KONTROL pedalboard controller as GUITAR RIG 5 KONTROL for a suggested retail price of $449 USD / 399 EUR. A software update for owners of previous GUITAR RIG versions will be available for $79 USD / 69 EUR.

Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 Pro

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Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 Pro new effects demo

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This demo shows off the 6 new effects units available in Guitar Rig 5, apologies for the Stereo Tune demo I didn’t realise I had my screencast software setup incorrectly but you will get the idea and the audio is fine.

The Iron Maidens Guitarist Courtney Cox Solo

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The Iron Maidens – Guitarist Courtney Cox Solo – House Of Blues – OutlawVideo.TV

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The Iron Maidens – Guitarist Courtney Cox Solo – House Of Blues – OutlawVideo.TV

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWw1cFey6WI

Electro-Harmonix Ravish Sitar Demo

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Summer NAMM ’11 – Electro-Harmonix Ravish Sitar Demo

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www.premierguitar.com PG’s Chris Kies is On Location at the 2011 Summer NAMM Show in Nashville, TN, where he visits the Electro-Harmonix booth. In this segment, we get to see and hear a demo of their newest guitar stompbox — the Ravish Sitar pedal. For more Summer NAMM ’11 video demos or to view Premier Guitar’s COMPLETELY FREE digital edition magazine, be sure to visit http

 

My very first self-build Cigar Box Guitar

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My very first self-build Cigar Box Guitar

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I just finished building my very first Cigar Box Guitar. This video is the very first attempt to play the thing. Because i do not have a bottleneck (yet), i used my pocket-knife as a slide.

The Tea Box Tanpura (AKA Teapura)

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The Tea Box Tanpura (AKA Teapura)

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I just finished the build of an tanpura made out of an Tea-Box. This is the first soundcheck.

EHX Ravish Sitar

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EHX Ravish Sitar

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One day Mister Mike Matthews from the Electro-Harmonix company got a message from George Harrison: More people should play the sitar. This is exactly what Mister Mike Matthews made possible, the Ravish Sitar enables all people to play a realistic sitar. Even on a diddley-bow it sounds so impressive! Dig this video!!! :-D