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Help me decide! evertune vs antares

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  1. mjgg6

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    http://www.autotuneforguitar.com/products/products.php?category=ATG-1_Floor_Processor_1

    http://www.ppc-music.de/shop/vgs-vt...-series-evertune-classic-3-tone-sunburst.html

    Hello there guys, i am trying to choose between those two! They are in the same price range and I want it to use it for an open B tuning without intonation issues (i hope).
    I have an roland midi equiped guitar so this wont be a problem, I have searched for info about the antares pedal for high gain guitar recording but I have not found anything.
    Cheers.
     
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    Evertune all the way. Except for the tuner system, the rest sounds cheap and useless. It's obvious why there's no more vids on the atg. They should have sticked with only released the tuner part. Didn't Peavy release something similar tune system?
     
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    Yep... there is a peavy guitar loaded with this, is thr peavy at 200, there are a lot on eBay for 350 bucks or so.

    Here it is

    http://peavey.com/products/at200/
     
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    Heabow More cowbell!

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    Evertune
     
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    Evertune for sure.
     
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    So...i have to find a better guitar if this one is that cheap.
     
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    Evertune by far. Who wants a pedal that pitch shifts your strings when you can have a bridge that actually keeps things in tune without any digital nonsense?

    It's like asking if you'd rather have autotune for vocals or a singer who sings in tune in the first place?

    If the VGS isn't to your liking then you can save for something else, or just have evertune fitted to an existing guitar.
     
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    "Latency is not an issue."

    "If you aren't playing with headphones, make sure you turn your amp up louder than the guitar or a chorusing effect will be present."

    :lol:
     
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    You want to go for the Pro series guitars and not the Select series, better hardware, pickups etc. If you go VGS guitars.
     
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    Looks good!! But near to that price are the LTD too.
     
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    Ok. Good to know. Where i live is impossible to test one of these.
     
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    Evertune all day! I love my ec-1000et
     
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    What tuning are you using with that guitar?
     
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    Drop A at the moment(13-56 gauge strings)
     
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    Nice...so it would handle an open G easily
     
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    You can tune the EverTune to any tuning as long as the string tension stays between 10-28lbs per string. The highest string gauge that fits through our saddles is 074. Additionally we also do offer custom low and high tension replacement saddle modules should more or less tension be required.

    Best regards,
    Herbert
     
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    I could be interested in both those tension replacements for various guitars, is there an official Price on those?
     
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    I think that 13-58 will work for open B...
     

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