Mat Dirjish commented on November 16, 2010
Dave, I don't believe there is anything to bootleg here. The wireless transmission is no more than either an analog audio signal to the guitarist's amplifier and/or the digitized version that feeds directly into a PC or MAC, or any USB-enabled computer. As far as the internal circuitry of the guitar, this is a limited edition instrument, apparently with no or little future tech support in terms of parts. If someone wants to go in and modify or copy, all things appear to be open season and open source.
Dave Ussell commented on November 12, 2010
Wireless eh? Looks like a great opportunity for bootleggers. Hopefully there's some sophisticated encryption in place.
Mat Dirjish commented on November 10, 2010
First of all, there is no other instrument on the market that makes every common effect available to the player at his or her fingertips as opposed to being on the floor in either a console or array of pedals. Also, it provides the highest level of tone and effects customization, also at the player's fingertipes. There is no other instrument on the market short of a keyboard controlled synth with the level of integration found in the FIREBIRD x. True, there are numerous innovations and additions that would be appreciated more by a guitar player than a design engineer, i.e., legal Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, etc.
taudas commented on November 10, 2010
um, what's so revolutionary about it? a bit more explanation would be good.
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