That's awesome, dude. Nice work.
I actually have a Kaoss pad lying around here somewhere that I've never really used that much. I've been planning for ages to get a Tele kit and build something like this, but I've just always had higher priorities and no money. Now I'm GASing to get that project going.
Anyways, very cool guitar, man. I can't wait to hear what you come up with using it. Make sure you post something in Tips and Clips when you do.
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I will be looking forward to hearing your stuff .
So far I have NOT made one as of yet . I do as I mentioned have a full on synthesizer midi guitar already .
I'm thinking on mounting a Kaos pad on mine but I'm not comfortable in putting it on my guitar's finish since it's so beautiful so I am opting to put it on another guitar I have .
What I like is the " straight " layout of the Kaos pad with a standard
[ midi ] in/out 5 pin connection ,
This makes for quite a lot of flexibility and little or no latency in triggering it's sounds and also that of other midi engines too .
The hexaphonic jack ( as on my Godin LGXSA in that pic ) as you can see it quite different :
The 13 pin hexaphonic midi from my guitar to the Roland GR33 midi guitar module works flawlessly
The five pin out on it seems to have issues of latency triggering other midi module engines and that's not cool if you want to hook up more than one midi engine to trigger more sounds and trigger them all at once .
The five pin seem not to have this issue ? Go figure ?
Also you can go wireless with the Kaos pad and the hexaphonic has not got that flexibility either .
Anyways man cool on your guitar protect , you did a really super job on that build and poop on the one's who make disparaging remarks when they should just not comment at all in the first place .
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too cool man. very interesting stuff i just learned from the above comment. appreciate the feed back. also, i just let the trollers and stupid comments go over my head, they are pointless.
thats very cool! extremely pro looking build! how did you do the paint??
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Not a big fan of the body shape, but really cool guitar nonetheless. I dig the paint job, and the midi control pad is a cool and unusual tool to have on board. Birds eye maple neck looks pretty nice too.
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