Phantastronic guitar


Lorin Parker of Electric Western demonstrates his Phantastron vacuum-tube sound synthesizer under the control of electric guitar rendering “magic sub-octaves” matching sub-octaves in the process. I have witnessed firsthand what the Phantastron does to a guitar signal, it is both brutal and beautiful!

4 thoughts on “Phantastronic guitar

  1. Dan says:

    I’m pretty sure he said “…it’s matching sub-octaves.”

  2. Collin Cunningham says:

    yup, you may be right – but I like the idea of magical sub-octaves so much better

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