Get your groove on with TRIO+ Band Creator. TRIO+ listens and learns the chords and rhythm you play and automatically creates drum and bass accompaniment. TRIO+ now also allows you to loop and custom sequence your looped guitar parts to create full songs on the fly. >More
The DigiTech Trio is your own band inside a guitar pedal! The Trio listens to what you play and automatically generates bass and drum parts that match your chord progression. 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
Upgrade everything with Sonic Stomp, the one piece of gear which improves the performance of your whole rig. Whether you're a guitarist or bassist, get ready to be amazed. With Sonic Stomp's proprietary BBE Sonic Maximizer technology, you'll hear your amp cut through the band mix better with dramatically improved note definition in chords and solos. >More
The EBow is a hand-held electronic bow for guitar. The small, battery-powered unit replaces the pick in the right hand, letting the guitarist mimic strings, horns, and woodwinds with unbelievable sensitivity. The EBow produces a powerful infinite sustain, rich in harmonics for incredible guitar sounds. >More
The Banshee Amplified Talk Box is the first talk box with its own preamp, internal amplifier (5 watts) and horn driver. >More
The Boss VO-1 Vocoder is a unique and innovative stompbox that puts the massive expressive range of the human voice in the hands of every guitarist and bassist. By vocalizing into a connected mic as you play, it's easy to transform your tone with electronic voices, classic talk box sounds, and tons of all-new colors that are perfect for modern music styles. >More
Now Rocktron lets you choose between the Original Banshee Talkbox, or the Banshee 2 with exciting features...Players begged Rocktron for a talkbox with more features, and here it is! The Banshee 2 gives you the ability to let the guitar signal feed your amplifier at the same time that the talkbox effect is turned on. This way you get your normal guitar signal through your amp while the talkbox effect runs through a mic (and your sound system). >More
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