A guitar that tunes itself. I’m Fred Fishkin with technology BootCamp, a report on gadgets and gear. It’s called the AT-200. A guitar from Peavey Electronics that tunes itself using Antares Auto-Tune, the technology used by some singers to stay on key or alter their sound. How does it work? Peavey’s General Manager for Business Development Tony Moscal…
“When I play the guitar, I can tune it like a regular guitar, mechanically, and play it like a regular guitar. But as you can hear, this guitar is horribly out of tune. All I have to do is activate is activate the circuitry, calibrate the strings, push a button and it puts the guitar in perfect pitch. At the push of a button. Nothing mechanical happened. It’s all done internally with dual processors.”
You can even turn it into a bass. You can find pricing online as low as 400 dollars. You can find more info at www.Peavey.com. You can find us at BootCamp.com. I’m Fred Fishkin.
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