Talk:Manson Keytar

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I'm still feeling a little dubious about this being considered a completely different guitar. Are you completely sure Matt didn't just have neon lights fitted on the Keytarcaster?--Muserism 02:26, 24 July 2010 (BST)

It says on that this is a new 'guitar' - -- Guitarcam

Yeah, but it says the "new" Casinocaster had its debut as well, so how do we know what the site considers to be new? --Muserism 02:26, 24 July 2010 (BST)

They look different to me (apart from the obvious). The Keytarcaster has 9 buttons beneath the keyboard, which are smaller and placed on a darker binding, as opposed to the Keytar which has a white binding and eight buttons beneath the keyboard. It's possible this changed if/when he had neon lights fitted to the Keytarcaster, but at the moment the evidence swings in the "two different instruments" direction. -- Oscillator26 -- 2010/10/28

This is true, however, in Guitar Player July 2010 Matt says "I had a custom keytar built" not "I had two custom keytars built." I think it's the same keytar but modified. --PhiLam64 22:00, November 1, 2010.

Possibly, but a lot of what Matt says is liable to inconsistencies. Besides, if you look at Tim Stark (Hugh Manson's right hand man)'s Facebook photos, you can see a brand new body being built with the neck hollowed out for what is most likely electronics. It's no modification - if it is, it's a hell of a big one. Oscillator26 2010/11/03

I believe that the evidence for Starks facebook page points to the fact that this is a separate keytar from the keytarcaster. --SC-1 20:44, 9 November 2010 (GMT)

Hmm.. Do you think this guitar should be moved to no longer in use then? I think that with the neoncaster, this is no longer used. Maybe it is a backup incase the neoncaster has a problem? The Groove

Have we any proof that Matt doesn't use the original Keytar - I don't see why he would just stop using it after 7-8 months. --SC-1 18:25, 11 November 2010 (GMT)

We don't have proof, but I don't think he's played this guitar live since he got the neoncaster. I haven't seen it in any live videos since he got the neoncaster. The Groove