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Thanks, I appreciate it. I still like the flow of the app better than the website. My internet doesn't do so well where I'm at. Having information preload on the app is quicker and better looking. I just think its a shame to get rid of an app that was working. At least it worked for me.
I hadn't noticed any issues with the app as was. I just updated my phone today only to realize an app I use regularly is no longer available. I find the mobile web version is ugly and has too many advertisements. I have a hard time navigating posts, I love when a web search finds a Instructables result. What I love more is when I scroll to the bottom of the page to show all steps and my app loads with a polished, ad free instructable. Now in order for me to scroll through new instructables, I am going to have to wait for pages to load? This is a step backwards in my opinion and it makes me pretty upset. I'll just download it 3rd party, but this is ridiculous. I would pay for this app. Its that simple.
Is it completely silent? Does the box resonate any? I figure the steel strings make some noise.
I'm just getting started learning guitar. I'd like to do this, but combine arduino or raspi with it to make it the ultimate electric/travel/silent guitar. I've seen some really cool microcontroller projects that would tie in great with this.
That would be instead of the battery grip conversion. You'd still need the external battery pack system.
Maybe I'm missing it. But why don't you use a DC coupler? You can get them for less than $50.
How much does this serve? Do you need a separate bag of tea, shot of rum for each cup?
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