Boss GP-10 F.A.Q.
Started by A2theT, April 17, 2011, 05:12:20 AM
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Quote from: EricP1954 on April 17, 2011, 12:44:03 PMIs there a reset button on the GR-55 to go back to the factory patches after the user patches have been loaded?
Quote from: gumtown on April 17, 2011, 04:49:52 PMAll the patches posted here are also being sponged up for the GR-55Floorboard editor, for all to share and be on hand for all to use.
QuoteFantastic. Too bad we couldn't get a hold of the uncompiled code for the VG editor. I'd like to point out that although manufacturer's editors have a large company behind them, their commitment to end-user design changes is minimal and takes ages. Honestly gumtown, your work is highly commendable. Roland should take whatever financial budget they allocated for the VG editor and cut you a cheque for creating the GR editor. As far as I'm concerned, your work and our user forum helps propel and sell the product. I know someone who was adamant that they would NOT purchase the GR-55 because it had no GUI patch editor. When I pointed them to your sourceforge they made the purchase.
Quote from: A to the T on April 18, 2011, 04:24:12 PMOh crap! What happened to my beautiful -666 karma... lol
Quote from: Elantric on April 18, 2011, 10:58:22 AMThanks again "A to the T" for making these GR-55 User patch Zip files! Everytime I consider the lameness of Roland's decision of:* Not having a User Forum* Not creating a GR-55 EditorI realize these weaknesses have become strengths to the end- user community. I feel Gumtown's GR-55 Floorboard Editor is superior than anything Roland Corp could have created internally, and the past 4 months of all of us sharing daily posts of real user experiences with the GR-55 has enabled VGuitarForums to become the "go to place to locate solutions for the best work flow with Roland VGuitar products. I doubt we would have the same success with these products if we did not have a community of real end users creating work-a-rounds, for the missing features "not found" in these Roland products.