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    Digitech Trio

    Me wants.
    Band in a box sort of...
    The TRIO is your own band inside a guitar pedal!

    The TRIO listens to the way you play and automatically generates bass and drum parts that match your song. Just plug your guitar into TRIO, press the footswitch to teach TRIO your chords and rhythm, then press the footswitch again to start playing with your own personal band!
    More info at the URL below.

    http://digitech.com/en-US/products/trio






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    That's really intriguing! I used to dream of something like that when I'd have to gig with weak bass players and drummers. "OK, you guys just lay out--I'll take it from here..."

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    This is kinda like the "Real Doll" of music.

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    I have something like this called the Kawai GB–2 session trainer. You pick the key, tempo, etc and it plays bas, drums, and fills and you accompany it. Even comes with cards that have popular songs to play along with. Very cool idea and awesome in a pedal.
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    That's actua pretty cool. Wonder if it can do metal lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    This is kinda like the "Real Doll" of music.

    I would have never figured you for a RealDoll kinda guy, Sergio!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    This is kinda like the "Real Doll" of music.
    Lonely guys with no social skills talking to an inanimate object?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoreyT View Post
    Hey, everyone's favorite, The Tone King will try it out.
    TTK is at NAMM like every year.

    I guess it has a knob for different genres, so hopefully it has metal on it

    Guess Sergio was right on the money!

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    OK, I'll admit, it is pretty cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NomadMike View Post
    OK, I'll admit, it is pretty cool.
    I like it much better than using the drum tracks I mentioned earlier, since it actually listens to your playing, and also that it adds in a bass guitar.
    Googled it, and no retailer is showing it yet, including Sweetwater.
    I could play with something like this for hours, and it would inspire me to play longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoreyT View Post
    I guess it has a knob for different genres, so hopefully it has metal on it
    Corey, I don't think it has a metal setting. I looked on their website and the picture shows 7 genres, Blues, Pop, Alt Rock, Rock, Country, R&B, and Jazz.

    I saw somewhere (Premier Guitar maybe) that it will be available in March.

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    Look a drummer that will show up on time lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    This is kinda like the "Real Doll" of music.
    Quote Originally Posted by rugerpc View Post
    I would have never figured you for a RealDoll kinda guy, Sergio!
    You've met him - you know he's a RealDoll!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rugerpc View Post
    I would have never figured you for a RealDoll kinda guy, Sergio!
    C'mon, Bill... You know I'm more of a "Beat Buddy" kinda dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleary View Post
    Look a drummer that will show up on time lol
    And a bass player that (hopefully) knows the difference between a IV chord and a ii minor...

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