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Guitar Central / Re: BluGuitar AMP1 Speaker CAB Emulator Pedal
« Last post by iccurtepnhoj on Today at 08:53:30 AM »
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Pinoydrums / Re: Brian velasco!!!
« Last post by ponky26 on Today at 07:09:38 AM »
RIP Brian.




someone posted this sa FB after the tragic incident, medyo naka antig balahibo.
not sure if he penned the lyrics.


Wonderful Life
Song by Razorback


Lyrics
I've always had the time to wonder
wondering how wonderful you are.
Tonight I'm in a waking moment
lying still and broken apart.

I've been lying too long. I don't know the truth
and I can't tell what's right from wrong.
So I'm wondering how I'll spend all this time that I've been given
It's been a wonderful life…

I'm finally on my feet on a ledge
that's closer to the sky than to earth
And all of 29 stories is all I hear
I think I need a seat.

My feet are dangling, the wind screaming in my ears
It might be a good day to fly.
And even though I'm wondering ‘bout how good it is to be alive…
It's such a beautiful lie…

Look into tomorrow. What will it bring?
It's a wonderful life.
Will it bring me a present, a savior with wing?
It's a beautiful lie.

I've come to understand with prismatic clarity
What needs to be will be…
It comes to light the introspective suit
That I am wearing doesn't fit me.

Now I'll leave this skin. Maybe now I can begin
To understand, I'm hoping I might.
And even though I'm wondering how it would've been to be alive…
It's such a beautiful lie
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sir baka need nyo guitarist?
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Guitar Central / Re: Dream Theater - The Distance Over Time Tour
« Last post by iccurtepnhoj on Yesterday at 10:18:26 PM »
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Guitar Central / Re: MOD Duo open-source multi-effects pedal
« Last post by iccurtepnhoj on Yesterday at 10:06:32 PM »
MOD Duo X is “tailor-made to meet the needs of the electronic musician”



 MOD Devices will be showing off its latest audio-processing unit, the MOD Duo X, at this year’s show for the first time.

Building on the same ethos as the MOD Duo pedal, the X is a fully standalone, Linux-based audio processor that can host an “infinite number” of effects, virtual instruments and MIDI devices.

The new unit is housed in a slightly larger unit than before, with more physical controls, but still retains the two large graphical displays. Two encoders, eight potentiometers and four pads adorn the surface, all of which are freely assignable.

The I/O has been improved with two additional CV ins and outs, joining the 1/4 -inch jacks, MIDI in/out, Control-Chain RJ-45, USB Host (2.0 Standard A-type supporting USB Wi-Fi and USB MIDI) and USB Device (2.0 Standard B-type supporting USB Ethernet adapter).

Under the hood and the processor has been beefed-up with a Quad core ARM Cortex-A53, 1.5GHz processor giving you the power to run a dizzying array of additional free and commercial plugins, available in the MOD plugin shop.

MOD Devices are already taking pre-orders for the Duo X, priced at $/€699 and we hope to have a closer look at the show, so check back next week as we bring you all the coverage from the show floor.

If you can’t wait that long, then head over to the MOD Devices website for more info.



Feature highlights

    Digitally-controlled multi-stage analogue pre-amps
    Two CV ins and outs
    Cirrus Logic low noise audio AD/DA converter
    Relay-based True-Bypass
    Headphone out with dedicated volume control and direct monitoring option
    Quad core ARM Cortex-A53, 1.5GHz processor
    MIDI in and out and MIDI over USB
    USB-host port for connecting peripherals and Bluetooth
    Expanded connectivity using a USB hub
    USB-device port for computer connection
    Control Chain port for MOD peripherals like the MOD Footswitch & MOD Expression Pedal
    Two multi-function 128x64 graphical displays (readable in sunlight and optimized for live use)
    Two freely-assignable rotary encoders (control a virtually infinite amount of plugin parameters through push-button assignments)
    Eight freely-assignable potentiometers
    Four freely-assignable push-buttons
    Two instant "snapshot" push-buttons for easy setting recall and alternation
    Four LED audio meters

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Classifieds: Guitars / Re: FSO: Fender AV Hot Rod Strat, Ibanez RG7420Z
« Last post by CARABAO on Yesterday at 09:16:42 PM »
up
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Guitar Central / Trading my PRS SE 245 to a Fender?
« Last post by fear on Yesterday at 09:16:22 PM »
Anong possible fender pwede matrade sa se? na same trade value? tele, jazz, jaguar?
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Classifieds: Guitars / Re: FS: Fender MIM Telecaster (28K Neg)
« Last post by fear on Yesterday at 09:10:43 PM »
cant open the link for pics
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Guitar Central / Re: YOUR PEDALBOARD THREAD - PART II
« Last post by cacophony on Yesterday at 08:27:28 PM »
nice sir! san po based yung mga pedals?

Thanks sir! From R-L:

Sonicake Volwah
Ross Compressor with M. Hammer mods
Wampler Pantheon
Dschwartz Multicab Sim
EQD Sea Machine
EQD Disaster Transport Jr.
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