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Re: VG-88 and Roland GR-33 dissapearing rumors

its weird,if im playing keys it seems i aproach music compleatly different than i would on a guitar.the horizonal layout of a keyboard is more math to me,where the frettboard layout seems to make me think in shapes and colors.
when i play with a guitar synth...the mad scientist emerges
ears to ya,

mark sottilaro <zerocrossing2001@yahoo.com> wrote:
As someone who's been a guitar synth fan for a long
time, I have to say that after a few weeks with a nice
keyboard MIDI controller... I sold my Guitar MIDI
setup. No use for it really. I found I could play
better synth stuff on the keyboard than I ever could
with the guitar. I always wished the V stuff was a
bit cheaper though as I thought it might be better.
If Parker releases a commercial version of their
Fly/Line6 moder I would be tempted...


--- burnett@pobox.com wrote:

> On Sat, 24 Dec 2005, Luis Angulo wrote:
> > i have been hearing speculations in other forums
> that
> > these devices are not in the new roland catalogs
> and
> > will therefore soon dissapear due to new upcoming
> > guitar modeling technology like the line 6 variax
> > etc.i couldnīt imagine this happening after all
> roland
> > has gone through to keep this type of technology
> in
> > the market,i am also curious how many of us in
> this
> > list use them...
> I have a Roland GR-30 and a Roland V-Bass (being the
> much less common bass
> version of the VG-88 series). I don't use them
> often, but did set them up
> last week for the first time in a while (Eagle
> 6-string fretless with GK
> pickup into the V-Bass, Chapman stick with GK pickup
> into the GR-30).
> Nice. Should play more with them.
> http://www.subscapeannex.com/about_steve.html

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