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    Join Date: Sep 2008
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    ToneRite instrument "Seasoning" device ToneRite for Guitar: Musical Instruments

    Achieve and Maintain Vintage Tone Now. One of the secrets of great tone is continually playing-in your instrument. The ToneRite is the world's most advanced and premier play-in device. Utilizing the same physics as you playing your instrument, the ToneRite can significantly accelerate the play-in process and provide you with increased tone, playability and balance. The ToneRite makes all of this available in a nearly silent, high quality, and portable manner. The secret behind the ToneRite is its ability to continually produce and efficiently transfer vibrational energy into an instrument, safely recreating and magnifying the physics that occur naturally while playing. This stimulation produces a change to the integrated components within an instrument and increases their ability to resonate together as a whole. The result is added volume and instruments that are easier to play with a sound that is more full and balanced. Not only will your instrument sound better but the notes themselves will come easier, allowing you to play more difficult passages with less fatigue. All new 3rd Generation! We have now released the all-new 3rd generation ToneRite for guitar! These 3rd generation models are hot off the press and represent the newest and most advanced ToneRite yet.

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    i didn't even know there was a 1st & 2nd generation of those things

    ermm, cool?

    cannot be serious

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    An acoustic definitely does open up with heavy playing, but it also takes age, and I dont frankly see this affecting either...
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    Or just place the instrument in front of a speaker and play that instrument's music, thus vibrating it at the appropriate frequencies.

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    I'm not buying this until it comes with "attachments"

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