Elk founder Benincaso poses with a guitar in his office in Stockholm. Photo: REUTERS
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Music and tech team up to cut the milliseconds

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By Supantha Mukherjee and Barbara Lewis

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That is not a guitar, it is a bass...

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Actually, it's a bass guitar

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Actually, it's a very nice BASS guitar, right up my alley.

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Nice looking bass.

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I'm surprised that there could be lag that's a problem for musicians but has not been an issue for online gamers. One advantage of 5G when it is introduced will be drastically reduced ping.

(I like short scale basses)

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With a tabletop Boss RC-505 Loop Station…

https://www.boss.info/global/products/rc-505/

Why G5?

YouTube does the business, with a Wired LAN (DHCP) Connection.

Check out the possibilities.

Two examples…..

How to funk in two minutes…… Marc Rebillet

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vBwRfQbXkg

Or perhaps Alex Hutcings……on the RC-300

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1Oy2IUbybY

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Looks like an Alembic Sig Deluxe that's had some scrollwork done on it. Sweet.

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I paid for 5G but don’t have it. Maybe in the summer.

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....And, how does it work?

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Looks like an Alembic Sig Deluxe that's had some scrollwork done on it. Sweet.

Definitely not an Alembic. It would have been a sloppy job and that company is the Bentley of Basses, so for what it is, it’s a masterpiece for sure in its own right, but Alembic, No and not to mention Alembic uses heavy exotic woods, I love them and own one, but they’re heavy as hell. He’s a Luthier and that’s one of his own original designed basses. Comes from a classical music background in violin and viola. This is another one of his masterpieces.

https://youtube.com/user/benincasoluthier

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