Paul Jenkins, National Sales Manager for Tascam told us, "Tascam's best-selling CD Trainers invented a new category of tools that inspired thousands of musicians to get better at their instruments. The new MP-GT1 brings this power to the next generation of musicians, making it even more portable and compatible with the millions of MP3s available for instant purchase online. The distinctive design tells everyone the owner is a musician, and is sure to become as common as string winders in guitar cases everywhere."
The MP-GT1 loads up MP3s and charges its built-in battery through a high-speed USB connector. Musicians can zip through their MP3 collection using dedicated buttons and a graphical LCD display. MP3s can be played at slower speed without changing the pitch, and sections can be seamlessly looped while practising tricky passages. Song playback can be pitched up or down to match the tuning of an instrument, and a Guitar Cancel function nukes the recorded guitar part so the musician can play along. A rechargeable 9-hour lithium ion battery is built into the unit, and an optional power supply is also available.
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by how much % can mp3's be slowed down?
27-Jan-07 09:55 AM
Why are there no rca outs for higher quality sound. I can understand the headphone jack. but this unit is large enough to accommodate the rcas for higher quality output to a better system. Also removable storage like an SD card would be great too.
03-Jun-07 03:57 PM