Here are a few of the guitar synthesizers Scott may use.
(Not sure yet what to bring?)
Here is a blast from the past, an Oberheim SEM and 360 systems Slavedriver. This is probably
as old as it gets for guitar synths. Cool and even plays what it wants to sometimes.
A step up from the Slavedriver, the self contained Arp Avatar. Featuring the same synth
engine as the famous Odyssey and the "Hex Fuzz". Also had a mind of it's own.
The Waldorf "Miniworks 4Pole" anaolg filter unit. Nice Moogish filter, MIDI controlled
with envelope follower, and can sync nicely to the main step sequencer for wild sounds. It's small size make this the best
choice for live use.
The Casio PG-380 MIDI guitar with built in VZ synth engine, combined with a MOTM modular
for filter processing. Awesome combination. This is some heavy guitar synth. The internal synth tracks fast and has a slightly
slower MIDI output right from the guitar. Nice!
Ok, right now Scott and I are not sure what Guitar synth setup to bring.
Probably just the Waldorf 4Pole using Scott's '73 Gibson Les Paul Custom. The most reliable choice and gets some out of this
world synth sounds. Difficult to tell "Is It Synth or Guitar?". Fun Stuff!