microtonal and/or hexaphonic/heptaphonic guitars, Patch Box

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Post by Chrome Dinette » Sat Jul 28, 2018 6:07 am

On the topic of Hexaphonic pickups, there are video game controller guitars with actual strings that have a humbucker sized pickup housing that contains a regular single coil pickup and a hexaphonic pickup. I grabbed one at a flea market for a couple of bucks.

They also have segmented frets that allow facilitate based on what strings are pressed down.


I need to build a little preamp board and put the pickup in something else. Being lazy and wanting to conserve space, I might just use a dual op amp and send three string to one output and three to another instead of

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Post by 11ish » Sun Oct 06, 2019 2:46 pm

I have a new album out now, on which I used my microtonal, fretless and hexa-/heptaphonic guitars … and synths:

https://null-lux.bandcamp.com/album/the-dark-light

[bandcamp width=350 height=687 album=2038671134 size=large bgcol=333333 linkcol=9a64ff]

Used on this album was also this lovely Gibson SG from 2004 with 20EDO refretting (done by Ron Sword) I bought on ebay quite a while ago:
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Post by smetak » Mon Oct 07, 2019 9:02 am

11ish wrote:I have a new album out now, on which I used my microtonal, fretless and hexa-/heptaphonic guitars … and synths:

https://null-lux.bandcamp.com/album/the-dark-light

[bandcamp width=350 height=687 album=2038671134 size=large bgcol=333333 linkcol=9a64ff]

Used on this album was also this lovely Gibson SG from 2004 with 20EDO refretting (done by Ron Sword) I bought on ebay quite a while ago:
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