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  • Roland VG-99

    Roland VG-99 - "great interface"


    The Roland VG 99 is a guitar system that was really appealing to me. Just the look of it seemed like it was something that I could really use. But before spending money on it I had a chance to really get into depth and use it for a while to see if …

  • Roland GR-20

    Roland GR-20 - "get a new sound"


    The Roland GR 20 is an guitar synthesizer that you must own if you play the electric guitar. it’s a complete system that has a great selection of sounds like strings, organ , synths and many more. Editing everything on the Roland GR 20 couldn’t be ea…

  • Roland GR-20

    Roland GR-20 - "Very nice entry synth for the money."


    *Affordable guitar synthesizer with new sounds, easy interface, and GK-3 pickup *Easy to use: select a sound category (Strings, Organ, Synth, etc.) and play! *Quick editing via Attack, Release, Chorus, and Delay/Reverb knobs *Digital pitch d…

  • Roland A-80

    Roland A-80 - "For pianists"


    88-key piano with MIDI control. The piano is weighted (unlike the A50) with polyphonic aftertouch. It has 4 split zones, 64 patches, 4 split points with channel, wheel, velocity, aftertouch, and program change assignation. UTILIZATION Technically s…

  • Roland PK-5

    Roland PK-5 - "Roland PK-5 MIDI Bass Pedal Controller"


    The Roland PK-5 has a black/dark gray housing with brown pedal pads. One-octave pedals ranging from C to C. I've been playing bass for 45 years. Purchased from 8th Street Music in Philadelphia for $459. I wanted synth bass pedals but was unwilling t…

  • Roland GI-20

    Roland GI-20 - moosers's review


    The Roland GI-20 is a MIDI interface for electric guitar.<span> </span>You need to use this in tandem with a guitar or bass that has a MIDI pick up installed, as it won’t work without it.<span> </span>It has both USB and MIDI connections, as well as …

  • Roland AX-1

    Roland AX-1 - moosers's review


    The Roland AX-1 is a MIDI controller in the form of a 'key-tar."  It spans about four and a half octaves and has a variety of setting controls that are programmable.  The keyboard has a variety of connections including a standard MIDI input and outpu…

  • Roland A-880

    Roland A-880 - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by kero-zen/translated from Audiofanzine FR) Which technical specifications motivated your choice? Independent Midi interface (considering power supply and operation). What do you use it for? A hardware sequencer cont…

  • Roland A-80

    Roland A-80 - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by bubblebe/translated from Audiofanzine FR) Everything has been already said. Compared with modern Midi master keyboards, it doesn't offer many controls for live performances. (only 4 faders). But its main advantages ar…

  • Roland VG-99

    Roland VG-99 - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by la.boulanderie/translated from Audiofanzine FR) See Roland's website for detailed features and other user reviews. However, I'll tell you something you won't find there: The VG 99 is compatible with the GK2 I instal…