Started by fredo, March 24, 2008, 12:36:34 PM
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Quote from: rudi rudolf on August 31, 2018, 05:03:18 AM ;)Hi everyone, after 7 years I tried those patches once again...and I still like them! They are played best with a hexaphonic pickup like the Graph Tech Ghost midi pickup ( for example found in godin guitars)....I found out, that Roland gk pickups are a bit too slow for midi conversion...but Roland pickups work better with modelling guitars in the gr-55, where hexaphonic pickups in my ears sound a bit too clinical and lifeless...Well, after 7 years still loads of fun...thanks everybody for loading down those patches !!!
QuoteI'm expecting better midi tracking ( with Piezos
QuoteCan the RMC board still be bought for the VG-99?
QuoteHas anyone use a Godin Freeway SA with the VG99? how do thy work together vs the Fender Roland Ready?Thanks
QuoteI wouldn't recommend the graphtek ghost mod for your guitar. I have them in a Carvin guitar and they don't work as well for the the GR-55 as the GK-3 on my Tele does. The graphteks also needed the RMC OPT-100 installed in the GR-55 for improved results - still not as good as the Gk-3.
Quote from: ElantricMany GR-55 users with Godin Piezo guitars also must budget the purchase of the RMC OPT-01 sub harmonic Input Filter board.
Quote from: kenact on December 23, 2011, 08:27:11 PMI have a Godin LGXT and an A4-SA bass, both have been used with my GR-55 without a problem. It was my understanding that the filter addressed a problem with the GR300 PCM Tones and/or the GR300 patches.Please correct me if I'm wrong.