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 on: Today at 06:15:17 PM 
Started by Metrick - Last post by Elantric
There is a VG-99 version here
http://www.vguitarforums.com/smf/index.php?topic=5116.msg35598#msg35598

For patch cloning ( to create a GR-55 version) look here:
http://www.vguitarforums.com/smf/index.php?topic=4087.0


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 on: Today at 06:10:59 PM 
Started by Metrick - Last post by Metrick
Hi:
Noob. I am searching for a patch that would gives me synth sound intro to Baba O'Riley by the Who.

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 on: Today at 06:10:52 PM 
Started by MotorBongo - Last post by Elantric
FWIW -

Thomas Nordegg has reserved a copy of this 2001 era Demo CD  - I'll share it soon.

Roland Guitar Masters
featuring Steve Vai, Al Dimeola, George Lynch, Steve Travato, Richard Smith, Gundy Keller, Paul Hanson

all artists using Roland VG-88 / GR-33






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 on: Today at 05:40:48 PM 
Started by TheGrail - Last post by sloopdawg
Very Cool
Early Fusion Fan Myself
Thanks for That

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 on: Today at 05:34:04 PM 
Started by Zouny1 - Last post by Elantric
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I also have to say with my lack of experiance in vguitar,this forum has been an invaluable resource and such a refreshing experiance from other forums where questions are answered instead of degenerating into in fighting and bit#$*ness.

You are welcome -

But know there are numerous folks here who feel opposite, and  prefer the GR-55 to the GP-10.

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,i felt somehow more connected with the GP10,like the sounds were being played by me and coming direct from the guitar
I concur  - for me the Boss GP-10 was "love from the start"  - I ordered a backup GP-10 after the first week of ownership
   
Check the Group Buy Price ( see your inbox)

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 on: Today at 05:25:31 PM 
Started by Zouny1 - Last post by Zouny1
Thanks Elantric
wow, i didnt think those sounds were possible with the GP10! This is probably a case where near enough is good enough once those sounds are mixed with the band sound. I must say when demoing these two units in the store,i felt somehow more connected with the GP10,like the sounds were being played by me and coming direct from the guitar whilst the GR55 while still sounding good made me feel unconnected somehow,like it took my head space out of the music! I also felt the GP10 gave more scope to develop a personal/individual thing if that makes sense. Ainsophs patches are the icing on the cake.
   I also have to say with my lack of experiance in vguitar,this forum has been an invaluable resource and such a refreshing experiance from other forums where questions are answered instead of degenerating into in fighting and bit#$*ness.

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 on: Today at 05:00:27 PM 
Started by Zouny1 - Last post by Elantric
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My question is how well could you do say a brass or string pad on the GP10 using internal synths or a tablet/ipod/pc using soft synths?,

Review the MP3 examples of the vast array of non guitar tones that Ainsoph has coaxed from the Boss GP-10.
http://www.vguitarforums.com/smf/index.php?action=profile;area=showposts;u=13382


For me the choice is clear, the Boss GP-10 gets 10 times more use than my GR-55 - the GR-55 feels sluggish at gigs by comparison -

I prefer GP-10 because its far more live gig friendly for my needs:

* GP-10 has Rapid patch changes ( compared to the sluggish 1/4 second gap on every GR-55 patch change) 

* GP-10 has multiple assignable CTRL Pedals
 
* GP-10 has Dual Expression pedals, (after adding a Roland EV-5)

* GP-10 has unique  ability to be used with a Computer based live Guitar to MIDI VST / Au Synth performance playback box - without the mutes  / gaps on each patch change that gets in the way when trying to use GR-55 / VG-99 as the audio interface for your VSTi/AU Player in a similar manner. Same applies for using GP-10 as audio interface to play backing tracks at Solo gigs

* GP-10 has superior Guitar / Amp models compared to GR-55 / VG-99

 

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 on: Today at 04:49:34 PM 
Started by Zouny1 - Last post by Zouny1
Hi Guys,
New to the forum. Im a gigigging guitarist and need help deciding between the GP10 and the GR55.
I play in a couple of different bands plus im the house guitarist at a couple of jam nights. My dilemma is i cant afford both units right now, but my originals band and cover band have different requirements. I can see the GP10 working well for my originals act as it can be incorperated into my current pedal board/amp rig to add extra guitar effects and acoustic models, but the cover act is doing songs like "Sledghammer","Rehab" by Amy Winehouse and "When Doves Cry", so lots of Brass and strings which ive been trying to emulate on guitar,but not always successfully!
    My question is how well could you do say a brass or string pad on the GP10 using internal synths or a tablet/ipod/pc using soft synths?,or is it possible to integrate the GR55 into my current live setup for multi fx as succesfully as the GP10?
Which would you choose/recommend for my situation? Thanks for your help guys,love the forum

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 on: Today at 04:29:34 PM 
Started by Pin - Last post by Elantric
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The only limitation I can see that you might run into is there is no exp pedal on the FC-50 to control filter/wah.   

Actually the FC-50 has two external Expression pedal input jacks  - to use a pair of Roland EV-5 Expression pedals

FC50 Owners Manual
http://media.rolandus.com/manuals/FC-50_OM.pdf

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 on: Today at 03:39:08 PM 
Started by Elantric - Last post by guitarno
Maybe mine took a knock inside of a gig bag. Some extra padding probably would have been helpful. I didn't really think that would be an issue. I guess if no one else has seen this it's just happenstance. I think if I do replace it I might get an FS-6 instead.

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