Brian Moore iGuitar i2.13
Status: For Sale
Asking Price: $1100
It hurts me to sell this. It truly does. I bought this guitar about 4 or 5 years ago and it is a fantastic instrument. The only reason I'm selling it is because I simply do not have time to play it and it needs to stop sitting in the case. Brian Moore makes some of the most beautiful bodies out there and this is no exception. The i2.13 includes 3 separate outputs for your sound. There is the standard electric signal, a RMC Piezo signal (for a warm acoustic tone) and a 13-pin RMC system for synth tracking. I used this guitar many times while playing through both my electric amp and a synth at the same time. It allows for overlaying of strings, piano etc while you play a single instrument. It is a great feature for a small group in need of a fuller sound without a keyboardist.
Here are some of the specs from Brian Moore's website:
- Comfort contoured body
- Unique scuplted headstock
- Set neck construction
- Kalantas Mahogany body and highly figured maple top
- Matching headstock
- Ivoroid binding
- 22 fret, 3 piece Kalantas Mahogany neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 24.75" scale 12" radius
- Gold covered Seymour Duncan pickups
- Gold Hardware
- Sperzel Tuners
- Tunomatic bridge
- Innovative output jack location
- RMC piezo (via stereo 'Y' cable) for warm, authentic acoustic tone
- 13pin RMC system for fast tracking access to Roland and compatible 13pin guitar processors
- No need for externally mounted synth pickup.
- Improved tracking over externally mounted magnetic hex pickups.
- Compatible with all 13 pin guitar synth products.
- All 13pin sounds can be blended with the magnetic pickups.
- Connect to your computer and use explore the world of online interactive music, recording and jamming.
- Connect to your computer for use with a variety of music notation software programs that even convert to TAB
This guitar is in excellent shape and is a great investment. I have also installed gold strap locks (that match the hardware) which will come with the purchase. Along with the guitar is a hardshell Brian Moore case that can be seen in the gallery below.