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The Roland GR-55 is a revolution in guitar synthesis, with features never before available in any guitar processor. In terms of speed, it's the fastest ever. It's also the most accurate, thanks to recently developed pitch-detection technology. As for sound, the triple-core generator houses a world-class array of virtual guitars, basses, amps, and synth voices, enabling tones and textures that have never been heard before. >More
The complete functions of the Roland GK-3 are perfectly and beautifully embedded in the authentic Fender Stratocaster, letting you drive the GR-55, VG-99, and other 13-pin compatible gear. As well as its futuristic functionality, it also provides classic Fender Stratocaster sound and feel. >More
Roland rewrote guitar-tech history with the debut of COSM technology, which first appeared on the pioneering VG-8 guitar-modeling system. Today, the G-5 infuses a coveted Fender Stratocaster with advanced features realized by Roland's COSM technology. >More
The GK-3 Divided Pickup attaches to any steel-stringed electric -- no drilling necessary -- and delivers accurate performance data to guitar synthesizers such as Roland's popular GR-20 or any other device that supports the GK-3's connection. The GK-3's slim-line design enables ideal placement on the guitar. >More
Bass players looking to expand their tone palette won't want to miss Roland's GK-3B pickup, designed for driving synth-bass rigs such as the popular Roland V-Bass and GR-20 guitar synthesizer. Much smaller and thinner than its GK-2B predecessor, the GK-3B is similar to its guitar counterpart, the GK-3, but catered for bass players. >More
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