SNAMM07: Tascam Reveal Latest CD Trainers

Three New CD Trainers cover Guitar, Bass, Music and Vocals      28/07/07

SNAMM07: Tascam Reveal Latest CD Trainers


The new TASCAM CD-GT2, CD-BT2 and CD-VT2 are the latest introductions in the portable CD trainer line-a product category literally invented by TASCAM. Like the wildly-popular original CD trainers, musicians have the ability to slow down the speed of a CD without changing the pitch - allowing artists, musicians, students, and music teachers to learn and teach fast licks, rhythm parts and solos from their favorite artists.
Johnny DeLeon, TASCAM Product Channel Manager, told us, "With its ultra-compact design and new functionality, these CD trainers from TASCAM are the most user-friendly trainers ever. The new CD trainers completes our all-new lineup of trainers for the, musician, student, teacher and artist."
The TASCAM CD trainers feature a new improved ultra compact design, comprehensive LCD display with graphical user interface, Album title/Track title indication by CD-Text, expanded effect banks for user preset, 3 octaves tone oscillator, and TASCAM'S pioneering VSA (Variable Speed Audition, pitch control without affecting key) feature lets music fans learn up a continuous mix of their favorite songs anywhere they go.
Pricing and Availability:
TASCAM's CD-GT2, CD-BT2 and CD-VT2 will retail for $199. More information:



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