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  1. Capo 3 http://supermegaultragroovy.com/products/Capo Highly recommended for anyone with a mac if you want some help figuring solos out. Guitar pro 6 http://www.guitar-pro.com/en/index.php Just massively useful with its Realistic Sound Engine that does a great job of synthesizing guitar sounds. Was that note/chord hammered on, pulled off, palm muted, an up or down stroke, a bend or a slide? What exactly is the strumming pattern? After some trial and error in GP6 I'll have it figured out in detail by comparing the original tune with what GP 6 is playing back to me. Obviously you can do the same with your own guitar instead, but I like to create customs too. Amplitube http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/cat-view.php?C=family-amplitube Lets you set up amps and pedals and play guitar via a usb cable long before rocksmith came out. Though haven't used it in a long time now as Rocksmith contains pretty much the same functionality. SpectralLayers Pro 2 http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/spectralayerspro Not a guitar specific product but an advanced audio editor. Not only does it render a spectrogram of the audio like Capo3, but it lets you edit the audio visually like this too, splitting it into layers etc. Don't own a copy of this, but used the trial to remove noise to try and isolate a tricky solo. If it was cheaper it definitely would like to play around with it some more in the future.
  2. If the kickstarter goes well, come august I'll have one of these babies:
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