- Jul 18, 2011
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- Bay Area, CA
Yup, I would also call it too polite.That's way more polite than typical discussion. Maybe it's also trained on Empathetic Dialog like a blenderbot.
It seems it almost got stuck in a loop there, again unlike guitar enthusiasts 🤣🤣🤣On truss rud covers and pickup mounts:
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NPC-like politeness, but funny.
Dude you throwing in the Plexi one with high cut settings killed me, the kid genuinely got a much better answer from the AI than SSOThis is very close to what I do for work so I had to explore it a lot this weekend. Really astounding. It reminds me of some of the reasoning examples from the PaLM chain of thought models from Google, but they were never hooked up to as easy to try API. There's a lot of talk now about this being the break point from querying webpages to querying the model directly for your answers. What about querying the model directly instead of querying a bunch like-minded guitar dorks? Going through some of the open question type threads here, some hits, some misses:
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Dude you throwing in the Plexi one with high cut settings killed me, the kid genuinely got a much better answer from the AI than SSO
TheGearPage is geared towards professional and semi-professional musicians, with an average age in the mid-30s to early 40s and a higher income and IQ compared to the other forums. Rig-talk, on the other hand, is more geared towards amateur and hobbyist musicians, with an average age in the mid-20s to early 30s and a lower income and IQ. SevenString.org is focused on guitar players who use seven-string guitars, with an average age in the late 20s to early 30s and a similar income and IQ to Rig-talk.