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Floyd Rose Shows FRX Tremolo, Pick Glide Signature Line, and 3D Headphones at NAMM

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSpecial Guest Host Sergio Michel Interviews Floyd Rose at NAMM 2018, as we get a look at the newest version of FRX tremolo, The new Signature line with Pick Glide, and the Floyd Rose Headphone series including Bluetooth, and wired headsets. Add a Tremolo to Your Guitar with FRX A pretty hefty tremolo system for your guitar, the FRX tremolo allows you to customize your Les Paul, SG, or Flying V guitar. The best part of this system is there is no additional router modification needed to install. Simply swap out the bridge for this easy-to-configure system. “We have tried this a couple times in the past with no success” said Rose. “We gave it one more try and came up with the FRX”. The spring tension is on top, which makes for easier adjustments. The Tremolo assist helps bring the...

Gibson 2014 Lineup – 120th Anniversary Guitars at CES 2014

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSAljon and I go way back when it comes to CES. It was great to see what he and Gibson are up to for 2014. Of course its the 120th anniversary of Gibson, so we get treated to a special line of guitars with a lot of great tech that’s been added! Gibson’s tent at CES was not only filled with great guitars, but all the Gibson staff were dressed up in Sci-fi attire. Aljon was dressed as Dr. Evil. Earlier in the week they parked the Delorean in the front of the tent and Doc Brown jumped out yelling “Great Scott!” Which brings up the question: Did Marty McFly Play a Gibson in Back to the Future: According to Aljon: YES! Michael J. Fox played a 1958 Gibson ES 345 custom. He went back to 58 to get the guitar...

Gibson Min-ETune

Gibson Self Tuning Guitar Gets Major Upgrade in Min-ETune – CES 2013

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSI am joined by Aljon from Gibson to talk about the newest technologies for the musician. We are surrounded by a wall of Les Paul guitars, basses and more. Aljon shows us the newest version of the tunable guitar system with a big change. About Gibson Min-ETune Before you would lift the knob on the guitar to get the tune. Now the tuning system is based on the neck. The system is called Min-ETune. With the tuning system in the neck the guitarist can look at the neck and strum the strings to get the device. The Min-ETune comes with a rechargeable battery that can tune around 80-100 times. Aljon shows off not only the standard Les Paul but also shows us the Gibson SG model for $999 with Min-ETune. The Gibson Signature T is around $2200 with Min-ETune installed. (www2.gibson.com/min-etune)

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