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 on: Today at 03:35:29 AM 
Started by pasha811 - Last post by big_jan
All good (VG99, GR55, GP10, Micro BR 80, Cakewalk VS-20) Mac OS Maverick. It auto detects which ever is connected. I just started copying settings from my Windows VS-20 and replicating them on the GP-10 sounds interesting, a little tweak on the GP-10 but nice to have it on the GP-10 no pc to lug around.


 on: Today at 03:24:36 AM 
Started by pasha811 - Last post by pasha811
As an owner of a soon to be 25 years old Strat+ I am worried about taking her to clubs and on stage together with my VG99.
Robbery has become usual lately.. So I am thinking about several options.
First GP-10 to fulfill portability and COSM in a box, then as a guitar, I have selected GC-1 or a Fender Modern Player
GP-10 best buy is the one with GK3 included so I could mount the GK3 onto a Fender Modern Player without worrying too much.
What do you think? GC-1 is made in USA right? While the Modern Player is made in China  ???.
I have no experience in buying many guitars having got only my Fender Strat+ 25 years ago.. The Fender Modern Player + GP-10 fits the budget while GC-1 needs stretching it a lot.. but is there really a quality difference? So any experience with the Modern Player as a Guitar and as a GK3 mounted Guitar?


 on: Today at 01:51:08 AM 
Started by Badcowboy411 - Last post by Badcowboy411
Just purchased a Roland GR-55 and still learning alot about it thanks to you guys

 on: Yesterday at 11:58:20 PM 
Started by pasha811 - Last post by gumtown
I don't have those ones, but all my 4 other Roland/Boss software and drivers co-exist well on mac and windows.

 on: Yesterday at 11:44:24 PM 
Started by pasha811 - Last post by pasha811
I was wondering if a VG99 software/drivers can coexist with GP-10 software/drivers.
I am on a Mac. Did anybody tested it? I guess many owners of GP-10 are VG99 owners as well..


 on: Yesterday at 10:14:50 PM 
Started by Brak(E)man - Last post by shawnb
I don't.  But I can say that a slide is very fun; whammy, too.  That boxes well for tracking up & down the neck smoothly.

 on: Yesterday at 09:52:22 PM 
Started by ZenSonic - Last post by ZenSonic
Hi Sheater5, same here, going to use the GP-10 for instrument modeling and alternate tuning/pitch shift only. I have my RR Strat tuned a half step down then make electronic pitch adjustments from there.

 I had the M13 prior to the POD and loved the layout and ease of use factor but the Pod is a step up in terms of sound and flexibility IMO.

I wish the Pod was a bit more compact...getting all my gear in my small car is not an easy task.  Luckily I have front and back trunks.

 on: Yesterday at 09:13:13 PM 
Started by johnnyninja - Last post by johnnyninja
Thanks for the info and links guys.

FYI - It's not a permanent solution but running my iLoud speaker in stereo with the PE sounds surprisingly good. It's amazing what you can hack together with spare parts :)

 on: Yesterday at 09:13:05 PM 
Started by marciocady - Last post by Machh_2
massa !

 on: Yesterday at 08:52:07 PM 
Started by Headless68 - Last post by germanicus
I use the aforementioned Cantabile. Works wonderfully. It allows you to route midi signals however you please, to as many soft synths as you need, as well as run vst based effects.

No need to use a full DAW software.

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