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Fishman PRO-TRP-301 Triple Play Wireless Guitar Controller

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  • Easy to use. The controller's durable, low profile design fits neatly behind your guitar's bridge, and it's wireless, so no heavy 13-pin cables to trip over.
  • The rechargeable Lithion ion battery has over 20 hours of life-plenty of juice for a full day of composing and a night of gigging.
  • Complete Software Suite included. Native Instruments, Notion Music, IK Multimedia and Presonus.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.8 x 2.2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00BHCMFXU
  • Item model number: PRO-TRP-301
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,311 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 1, 2012

Product Description


Fishman PRO-TRP-301 Triple Play Wireless Guitar Controller

TriplePlay is the composing, performing and recording system that puts an unlimited palette of instruments and sounds at your fingertips – all with the freedom of wireless control. Compose music with unparalleled tonal options. Easily share arrangements with your band. Switch between instruments, or play up to four instruments at the same time. Teach or learn faster with accurate notation. Create video soundtracks. Mix your own samples, beats, loops and tracks.

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Easy to use The controller’s durable, low profile design fits neatly behind your guitar’s bridge, and it’s wireless, so no heavy 13-pin cables to trip over. The rechargeable Lithium Ion battery has over 20 hours of life – plenty of juice for a full day of composing and a night of gigging. Accessible onboard menu navigation buttons, volume control, and the guitar/mix/synth switch make it easy to change settings or instruments during performances. Easy setup, easy removal TriplePlay can be installed or removed quickly, on virtually any electric guitar, with no permanent installation necessary. Mounting hardward included. Complete Software Suite Included TriplePlay comes complete with all the software you’ll need for recording, editing and playing back your music. Take full advantage of powerful MIDI features with your guitar. With the easy and blazingly fast note encoding, preset editor and mixing console, you’ll be mixing your own music in no time. Includes full versions of: Native Instruments – KOMPLETE Elements and GuitarRig LE Notion Music – PROGRESSION 2 IK Multimedia – SampleTank 2 XT and AmpliTube Custom Shop PreSonus – Studio One Artist TriplePlay Edition


SPECS:
  • Material: Durable composite and metal finish
  • RF Range: 100 feet*
  • Controller Dimensions: 3.25” H (82.5mm) x 2.93” W (74.4mm) x 0.51” D (12.9mm)
  • Power: Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery
  • Battery Life: Over 20 hours
  • Pickup Dimensions: 4.11” L (104.4mm) x 0.34” W (8.6mm)
  • Pickup Height Adjustable Range: .35” min. (8.9mm) to .58” (14.7mm) max. from tallest point between G & D strings
  • * Performance may vary – North American model only.
  • Includes Wireless Controller, Hexaphonic Pickup, and Wireless USB Receiver, mounting brackets and hardware, fast charge power pack, and USB charging cable
  • Wireless technology eliminates proprietary bulky cables
  • Works with industry standard DAWs and Virtual Instruments
  • Unique “hold” feature and string or fret splits with multiple instruments
  • Simple to install on your electric guitar and can be easily removed
  • Low profile design (less than .5”) can be left on your guitar and still fit in its case
  • Over 100 foot range
  • Operates with rechargeable Lithium Ion battery (included)
  • Menu navigation controls
  • Guitar, Mix, Synth switch easily accessible while performing
  • Guitar synthesizer volume control
  • USB powered wireless receiver interfaces to computer or iOS device
  • Includes comprehensive software suite to get you started


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Just ridiculously bad.
Todd
Parts are expensive so be careful setting it up... but if you follow directions it will work out the gate with your current synths and samplers.
Bob&Sandy
One of the software packages would not download completely and Fishman support was no help.
JimJenkins

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Eric L Ogan on December 14, 2013
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once you get everything in order, its a decent product, not worth $400 though. Mediocre. It certainly does not track as well as they claim, and there are some other, funky issues, especially with the lower strings. Random notes appear in the midi track, meaning that you have to go back and 'clean up'.

like I said before, the setup is a complete nightmare. Anyone with a les paul guitar (mine is a gibson) will STRUGGLE to install the pickup. despite the pictures and videos, there is simply not enough room between the bridge and the treble pickup to fit the midi pickup. I had to flip the bridge around, so that the intonation screws were facing the tailpiece (and I had to re-intonate the guitar). Even doing this doesn't afford enough room to install the pickup by either sticking it to the face of the guitar or using the included metal bracket. I had to cut the metal bracket with bolt cutters so it would fit.

Once it was all set up, I thought, just plug it in like they say in the manual, and it should work! Well, it didnt. This part took me several hours. Just for reference, my midi keyboard took about 25 seconds to install in studio one 2. Tech support is USELESS, they just tell you to look through the manuals online. This is coming from someone who is very familiar with Studio one 2 (I've had S1 'producer' for about a year now)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By M. Dermond on October 21, 2013
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I have been using the Triple Play for about 3 months in both live and studio applications. For live use, I play my guitar through a typical pedalboard into a combo amp. I use the Triple Play USB connected as a standard MIDI device on my Macbook Pro running Mainstage 3 connected to a powered PA speaker. And, I use a Logidy MIDI foot controller to change presets in Mainstage. So, I have the ability to perform with any combination of regular guitar tones, synthesizers, samplers; etc. For studio use, I have used the MIDI functions for notating parts and recording MIDI.

Installing the mounting hardware for the Triple Play took about ten minutes on each of my guitars. I had to buy an extra set of mounting hardware from the Fishman website, since what is included is really only intended to mount on one guitar. (I needed two available in case I break a string or otherwise need to swap guitars quickly live). Then, I downloaded the Triple Play software only. This was a very quick download compared with what it later would take to download all the additional instruments and sample libraries that are included with the purchase.

I am really impressed with the response time and accuracy of the pitch tracking. It is occasionally imperfect (if recording MIDI, it is usually necessary to clean up incorrect notes by hand after each take). But, the mistakes seem to be momentary (right at the attack of the sound), and they are quickly corrected. As a result, I have found it more than acceptable for my use live - I very rarely can actually hear an incorrect note. When I do, it is usually due to my playing style involving a lot of pulling and bending on the strings.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bob&Sandy on December 20, 2013
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It works, it tracks ok... not super, but it gets the job done.
The software that comes with it will make you swear, cry and ask WHY!?? The process is painful and simply not worth it. Parts are expensive so be careful setting it up... but if you follow directions it will work out the gate with your current synths and samplers.
If you have Windows Vista or less the software will NOT work, :-(
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By William E. Pierce IV on June 12, 2013
Who needs all the plugins? There's no need for a PC. I installed the Triple Play on my Variax, connected the controller's receiver to my iPad Mini, opened one of my synth apps, and played. It worked right off the bat. After that, I did install the basic PC software to adjust string sensitivity. Now it tracks as well as my Roland equipped guitars. I do t need a computer to play live at all. I mount the iPad Mini on a music stand and change software instruments on the fly while performing. I've lightened my load by eliminating a Roland synth and dropped the 13-pin cable for the freedom of wireless.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Todd on February 25, 2014
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I installed this on an ESP Eclipse II. It fit, but only because the ESP has more room than most Les Paul style guitars have between the bridge and the bridge pickup. I then used the spacing gauge and got the distance between the pickup and the strings set just right.

I started downloading the software bundle, which took forever. Especially the Native Instruments Komplete Elements, which ironically never "kompleted" downloading, even after an entire night of downloading, even with a healthy broadband connection.

I then started the very tedious process of installing, registering, waiting for verification emails, re-registering, etc.. This step was just totally ridiculous and borderline- obnoxious. After watching music making software get less and less user friendly over the last 25 years, my enthusiasm started waning pretty badly at this point.

Upon opening the "Triple Play" application and pairing the pickup with the USB stick, I was temporarily thrilled to see the dots on the virtual fingerboard responding to my playing. This good feeling didn't last long since I spent another couple of hours getting an actual sound out of it. I never did get anything other than the "test tone" to come out of the Triple Play software. It was only when I opened SampleTank's ghastly little user interface (and after AGAIN being asked to register, wait for a verification email for ANOTHER long digit that needed entered in the register screen) I finally jumped through one of the many, many required hoops and.......

I was greeted with the worst guitar to MIDI tracking I have ever experienced. And I used to work in music equipment retail, so I've used Roland, Casio, Yamaha, etc.. Just ridiculously bad.

So, I sent it back.
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