Intel Chips: In Macs and in a Fender Telecaster!

Earlier this year we saw Apple Computer launch a new line of Mac computers with Intel microchips.  How about a Fender Telecaster guitar equipped with a tablet PC powered by Intel with Centrino wireless tech in it?  You now have the Intel-Fender Telecaster.  The onboard computer can allow you to record what you play on your guitar and email it wi-fi to friends.  I want one! Here are some features you will love!

  • Plug in headphones and listen to your tunes through the built in amp
  • Record demo songs and email them to friends
  • Go online to find the chords to that song someone just requested
  • Stay in touch through email or Instant Messenger – on stage or on the tour bus
  • Conduct webcam interviews with friends or fans
  • Download your favourite tunes and just listen – or play along

Read more here from CNET News:  The Intel-Fender Telecaster Guitar. Or here, from Intel’s press release: While My Guitar Gently Beeps

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Rich Kirkpatrick

Rich Kirkpatrick

Writer, Speaker, and Musician. Rich Kirkpatrick was recently rated #13 of the “Top 75 Religion Bloggers” by Newsmax.com, having also received recognition by Worship Leader Magazine as “Editor’s Choice” for the “Best of the Best” of blogs in 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

4 comments

  1. In addition to the interactive component, I wonder if they’re also using this chip for some killer on-board, real-time effects? The guitar/amp modelling features alone would be a selling point for me. Dial up a Mark Lee signature sound next time you’re doing a Third Day cover.

  2. In addition to the interactive component, I wonder if they’re also using this chip for some killer on-board, real-time effects? The guitar/amp modelling features alone would be a selling point for me. Dial up a Mark Lee signature sound next time you’re doing a Third Day cover.

  3. In addition to the interactive component, I wonder if they’re also using this chip for some killer on-board, real-time effects? The guitar/amp modelling features alone would be a selling point for me. Dial up a Mark Lee signature sound next time you’re doing a Third Day cover.

  4. In addition to the interactive component, I wonder if they’re also using this chip for some killer on-board, real-time effects? The guitar/amp modelling features alone would be a selling point for me. Dial up a Mark Lee signature sound next time you’re doing a Third Day cover.

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