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Stepp DG1 Digital Guitar

Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1987

Few instruments have caused as great a stir in the marketplace as the futuristic-looking DG1. Stepp describe it as "a radically new instrument that plays like a guitar, and which can produce some of the most phenomenal sounds you're ever likely to hear." Ian Gilby visited Stepp to find out for himself and talk with its creator, Stephen Randall.

Stepp DG1 Electronic Guitar

Review | Music Technology, Feb 1987

The "guitar player's synthesiser" is now in full production. We analyse the mechanics of the Stepp, and let two musicians - a guitarist and a keyboard player - give their views on its playability.

Stepp DG1 Guitar Synth

Review | International Musician, Oct 1986
GuitarCheck

Paul Fishman avoids all references to giant leaps for mankind, but still likes Stepp's digital guitar synth

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Steppin' Out

Interview | Music Technology, Mar 1987
TechTalk: Steven Randall

The man behind the Stepp DG1 guitar talks about his invention, the playing techniques required for it, and his views on what MIDI offers the guitarist, in conversation with Neville Marten.

 

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