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  1. There's a way of recording music for us guitarists without touching the keyboard if you're not aware and I would like to bring focus to this issue! There's great options for guitarists a range of prices so I'll detail some of them as it may help you out. and I've used them all The cheapest option is a rockband 3 fender mustang pro controller for the wii. Any platform is the same thing for midi input but since this is old hardware the wii is cheapest usually. Note intensity can be controlled though picking but it feels like 3-4 different volumes at maximum on the trigger and if you are trying to record full speed guitar lead parts then the upstroke double triggers. Maybe the designer doesn't play guitar and thinks down bias should be a better mechanism but it's barebones and works. The neck buttons are clearly defined, cheap and squeaky and frets are limited to 17. The mid level options are the YourRock guitar 2 and their higher end lineage. The YRG2 has a better string trigger than RBP and it's very easy to do lead synth parts on it, the neck is buttons under fake strings. It feels more comfortable than the RBP3 and easier to trigger for faster parts, a lower action feeling. I prefer the neck of the RBP3 as buttons have a defined feedback and trick my brain better. I have not played the lineage but there's a video on it here: My own daily driver is a Starr Labs Ztar Starr Labs make guitars with the RBP3 button style neck and the pressure strings type YRG neck but have better right hand triggers and no squeaky buttons. They cost a fortune though. I learned piano when I was younger but don't use any for midi input as I can think the music on guitar much easier. If I had to choose one to get today again I'd probably go for the lineage YRG. Anyone else here use a device like this?
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