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Kitara Touchscreen Guitar

Kitara Touchscreen Guitar

—The Misa touchscreen guitar, now dubbed the Kitara, is available for pre-order in its basic version for $849, or the special edition for $2,899.  

Features include a multifunction touchscreen, MIDI controls and an on-board polyphonic synthesizer with effects.

 

Formally called the Misa, the new Kitara Touchscreen Guitar will run $849 for its basic version

Here’s the release…..

 
Kitara is the guitar, reinvented. It’s 100% digital, giving guitarists a brave new world of electronic sound and expression – on stage and in the studio. With an onboard polyphonic synthesizer and multi-touch screen, Kitara allows guitarists to fully express their musical vision, creating electronic music that pushes the limits of what’s possible.

Typical Kitara owners will include studio musicians, DJs, electronic musicians, ambient musicians, traditional guitar players and aspiring musicians looking for a truly unique experience to create, explore and share.Kitara will be sold in the US at a suggested retail price of $849 with Kitara Special Edition selling for $2,899.
Kitara and Kitara Special Edition include an innovative multifunction touchscreen, MIDI controls and an on-board polyphonic synthesizer with effects. Meticulously designed and crafted for musicians by musicians, Kitara and Kitara Special Edition allow players to explore and create limitless sound possibilities.
Why Kitara
Digital keyboards and drums have long given players the ability to explore new musical worlds. Digital guitars have been the missing piece of the puzzle. That’s because the nature of guitars makes it difficult to create and control electronic sounds. Michael Zarimis, a passionate engineer and musician from Sydney, Australia, designed the Kitara break through these traditional constraints, allowing guitarists to join the digital world.

Kitara is the guitar, reinvented. It’s 100% digital, giving guitarists a brave new world of electronic sound and expression – on stage and in the studio. With an onboard polyphonic synthesizer and multi-touch screen, Kitara allows guitarists to fully express their musical vision, creating electronic music that pushes the limits of what’s possible.

Typical Kitara owners will include studio musicians, DJs, electronic musicians, ambient musicians, traditional guitar players and aspiring musicians looking for a truly unique experience to create, explore and share.Pricing:Kitara will be sold in the US at a suggested retail price of $849 with Kitara Special Edition selling for $2,899.

Features/functionality of Kitara and Kitara Special EditionKitara and Kitara Special Edition include an innovative multifunction touchscreen, MIDI controls and an on-board polyphonic synthesizer with effects. Meticulously designed and crafted for musicians by musicians, Kitara and Kitara Special Edition allow players to explore and create limitless sound possibilities.
Why KitaraDigital keyboards and drums have long given players the ability to explore new musical worlds. Digital guitars have been the missing piece of the puzzle. That’s because the nature of guitars makes it difficult to create and control electronic sounds. Michael Zarimis, a passionate engineer and musician from Sydney, Australia, designed the Kitara break through these traditional constraints, allowing guitarists to join the digital world.

 

 

 

Posted 12/16/10

 

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