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RE: Guitar MIDI pickups
Well, I don't have anything yet - I'm just looking at
On eBay, there are a couple of Casio midi guitars with
5-pin midi out jacks right on the guitar that (I
believe) have the converter right on board. So, I
assumed one could buy a complete pickup/converter that
just installed on the guitar itself. The search goes
Thanks for the help.
--- Alan Kroeger <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I haven't got a clue as to what you actually have
> there but, pickups don't
> put out MIDI notes they need a convertor between
> them and the MIDI sound
> module. Does this pickup have an audio to MIDI note
> converter with it?
> I might suggest you visit this particular Yahoo
> maybe someone there knows
> more about this unit you have. The fellow that
> moderates that group has a
> useful website too http://www.midiguitar.net
> -----Original Message-----
> From: mike feeney [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, March 25, 2005 12:50 PM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: Re: Guitar MIDI pickups
> What I'm hoping to find is one with a standard 5-pin
> midi out so that i can
> just run it into my Mac and use the software synths
> I have on there. The
> Roland stuff uses a 13-pin thing, I believe...
> Thanks for the help!
> --- Edwin Hurwitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > A friend of mine just got the latest Roland setup
> (GR-20?). It was
> > about $650 and comes with the pickup and
> electronics. Everything you
> > need to get going right out of the box. It set up
> very easily on his
> > strat with no drilling.
> > I would imagine, though, that you might want to
> get some different
> > modules as the stock sounds are, well, stock.
> > He got his at Guitar Center in Arvada CO. JP
> always hooks us up!
> > HTH
> > Edwin
> > At 8:02 AM -0800 3/25/05, mike feeney wrote:
> > >I was just doing some casual browsing for a 5-pin
> > MIDI
> > >pickup for guitar, and have found several links
> to older models, but
> > >I can't find anything that is currently being
> > >
> > >I found several that just kind of mount on under
> > your
> > >strap peg, not requiring drilling or anything. A
> little clunky
> > >looking, but kind of cool in that Frankenstein's
> guitar kind of way.
> > >=)
> > >
> > >Know of anything?
> > >
> > >
> > >
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> > Edwin Hurwitz
> > Boulder CO
> > http://www.indra.com/~edwin
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