Very nice Pics! Lots of great info here thank you so much. I have seen these guitar in person (not yours) but it has been a long time now. This is great I like that you have modified yours. The output panel is where I was misunderstanding what was going on, you see in many of the pics I have seen of Weir's guitars it seems that yes he used the 2 quarter inch jacks, these were sent to the rack via y cable, yet he did not use that midi Pin cable output. I imagine with a guitar like this anything is possible for changing electronics simply becasue of all those routed compartments it seems ready to be a "controller" even more than a guitar. Does yours mix the midi output like on my GK2a? I mean can you tell the guitar to send only a guitar signal or half w sound effects or all? Then I stll wonder about Weir and his bodypacks and how they relate to these guitars and the wireless signal? The boxes that they used on their straps seem homeade?
I have seen a few guitars that come close by Brian Moore, Godin, and Steinberger but alas I have never seen and new guitar achieve what this Casio is got going on.NashvilleMike wrote:In this case I think I would like a new piece for this with modern electronics. Why mess with stuff so old? Who is making a similar axe new today?jeffm725 wrote:Beware though that I would say that 70% of the casios available now will not track across all the strings properly until they have a cap job done to the board. These guitarsare 22-24 years old now and unless the midi functionality was used regularly the caps lose it, and need to be reformed. There is information online on how to do it, but is a pain because the original board is surface soldered.