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Fw: [SW] GT-6, GT-3 and 5



Btw a friend of mine is moving to France at the ned of this year

Can anyone recieve him with open arms?

he's a great guitar player with mostly live experience

email him at: gatosepulveda@yahoo.com


----- Original Message -----
From: "C. LOUAULT" <LOuault@WANADOO.FR>
To: <STICKWIRE-L@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM>
Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2001 5:20 AM
Subject: [SW] GT-6, GT-3 and 5


> Just to say that the bass range seems much more important using the GT-6
> than the 3 and maybe the 5. The Bloke from "La pedale", in Paris told me
two
> stickists from the area changed their GT-3 for a GT-6 ( sorry, one GT-3
and
> one VF-1, the VF-1 not being enough pre-amp'ed, he said).
>
>
>
> Evana´s.
>
> PS. : That's it, I place my order for one :)
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Allan Hoeltje <ahoeltje@BEST.COM>
> To: <STICKWIRE-L@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM>
> Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2001 1:39 AM
> Subject: Re: [SW] serious question
>
>
> Rick,
>
> If you check out the GT-6 could you please post a short review?  I am
> especially interested in how the GT-6 is different (sound wise) from the
> GT-3 or 5, or even the VF-1.
>
> -Allan
>
>
> on 11/6/01 2:57 PM, rick read at brokenklock@DCI-CORP.COM wrote:
>
> > I'm thinking of replacing the GT-3 with the GT-6 as soon as I try it 
>out
a
> bit
> > more and make sure it's really worth the switch.
> >
> > "C. LOUAULT" wrote:
> >
> >> Thx Chris and Rick,
> >>
> >> The fact's that I'm already in touch with Thierry and he's often of
good
> >> advice for all this ( but I must admit his choices concern most of the
> time
> >> some pro -stuff which price is always far from what I intend to pay
> for....
> >> but that's always a good starting point to aim to the right features)
> >>
> >> I was only wondering about my recent choice of getting the GT-6 I've
> tried
> >> last week with a BR-08  for recording ... :) I got  a bit amazed with
the
> >> amps simulations even if the Roland staff fiddled once again with
effects
> >> going from the "hum...well" 'type ( Wah simulations) to the
> "Oh..please!!!"
> >> 'type ( wierd selections of arpeges...). But the whole apparatus is so
> far
> >> one of the most complete of its type I've seen... and opens a field of
> funny
> >> experiments :)
> >>
> >> Evana´s.
>