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http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Roland-VG99-VGuitar-Multi-Effects-Processor-System?sku=150241

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Roland-VG99-VGuitar-Multi-Effects-Processor-System-wGK3-Pickup?sku=150243

I for one am not a fan of digital sound or multi effects but I saw the review for this in Guitar Player Mag last month and I was blown away. The possibilities seem endless. Roland has been very good w/ electronics in the past. Their synths, v-drums, and amps are all really good so if theres a company who can do electronics right its probably them so this little gem of an innovation should be pretty damn good. Starting price is steep but anyone had a chance to try it out yet? I cant wait to get my hands one one even if it is only for an hour or so. Looks awesome!
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#2
i can score one for about 500 bucks at any time i want, but strangely, i dont want it.
#3
I bought a Gmajor instead of this. sounds grea at less than half the price.
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It does look good, but it all boils down to the fact that its a modeller. A bitching modeller, but a modeller nonetheless.
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