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RE: good lord...!
I just sold my GP-100...It was great for pitch shifted pannable short
that can go backwards and forwards, and the high gain sounds are great. The
cleans and semi-cleans were pretty bad though. For something that is 10
years old though, it still holds up. I replaced it with a GT-Pro, which has
its own thing going on. A different effects set, but you can mangle the
sound just as much or probably more. I think Fripp gets most of his
guitar ' sounds from the VG-8 though.
> No wonder he still uses it, the Roland GP100 was ahead of its
> time,after over 10 yrs.yet it sounds just as good or better
> than the GT series! i am glad i kept mine...