Roland GR-300

I acquired this GR-300 guitar synth as a package deal off eBay with my GR-100 and a G-808 guitar. The GR-300 came out after the GR-100 and works with all the Roland guitars that have the square 24-pin cable. I believe this was the first G-Synth to have Hexafuzz which is supposed to make it track better? I'm not really sure if it does…. It does have some cool sounds and a lot more controls and features than the GR-100. Andy Summers of the Police and Robert Fripp / Adrian Belew used these in the 80's…

Tech Specifications

Six VCO's (one per string)
1 LFO with rate control
Attack & Decay controls
Tuning (pitch) presets
Compression on/off
Master tuning knob

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