#2
To the best of my knowledge, the pickup hooks up to a synthesizer for a synthetic (non-guitar) sound.
#3
The Roland Ready strat hooks up to a Roland GR synthesizer to create synth sounds. Think of having all those different sounds in a keyboard/synth controlled by guitar.
I love them, almost as much as I love my analog synths.
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#4
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The Roland Ready strat hooks up to a Roland GR synthesizer to create synth sounds. Think of having all those different sounds in a keyboard/synth controlled by guitar.
I love them, almost as much as I love my analog synths.


thats sweet...
but does it have like a normal guitar tone also? ill probably look into this...
#5
^ Yeah you can build all different types of tones.
I think Steve Vai's demo "Essence" uses some freaky guitar tones.
There is a Bass/Guitar category on the GR-33, I'm not sure of whats in that though.
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#6
the synth guitar thing is really cool.I'm became a jazz pianist in the guitar effects departments in guitar center then went to a shred saxaphonist
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#7
Only thing is you get to invest a couple hundred more dollars in the actual synth unit after you pay for the guitar

They're incredibly fun, though.