Guitar Match

1. Match source guitar

The entry point of the Guitar Match is to the middle left of the bottom bar.  This is the first stop of the signal flow in shaping your guitar input and matching it to another guitar’s sound characters. If you want to engage this module, please remember to turn the flip switch to “ON”.

 

The first step is to match your instrument. Please select your body shape to create a match page (you can refer to the graphic to see which type your instrument is).  Here we take an LP style guitar as an example:

 

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Then select the correct pickup configuration according to your instrument:

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And choose a pickup position to begin the matching process.


When measuring your pickup output, please turn your volume on your guitar to maximum, and play several notes using your usual single note articulation until it shows “Complete”

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If you're encountered with the 'No Signal' message, please go to the Audio Setting tab and make sure the Input is set to 'Mono', not 'Stereo.

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In the matching step, please follow the instructions on screen. Play an arpeggio in different positions on your guitar. If your input is successful, you’ll see the dot of each string become solid. Repeat the process from open position to the 12th fret and the matching step will be finished.

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2. Select target guitar

 

 

After successfully matching your instrument, you can match another pickup position, or go to target guitar page. On this page, you can select up to 18 different boutique guitars (Elite license) to choose from, and you can adjust some details to suit your personal preferences. Please find the full list of all the target guitar specs we provide in this link: Guitar Match List.

 

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