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Awesome Guitar String Bender, Servo Actuated [Project]
posted September 4 2014 9:43.16 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Really, thats a very good idea to add some wild bending effects! Dean Miller used 4 servos controlled by four foot pedals with continuous ratiometric hall effect sensors. The servos are used to "pull" the 4 middle chords of the guitar (A-D-G-B), providing therefore an effect as if the string was bended.



Dean made the body of the guitar from a scratch with his CNC!








Watch the following video - The result is pretty good!





You can find the make page in this link. The microcontroller code is located here.

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