Casio PG 310 Guitar Synth
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Casio PG 310 Guitar Synth

PG 310 Guitar Synth, Other Electric Guitar from Casio.

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stratvinc 02/26/2009

Casio PG 310 Guitar Synth : stratvinc's user review

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Guitar-shaped stratovolcano made in Japan equipped with a sensor integrated MIDI
alder body maple neck rosewood fingerboard 22 frets
2 micros simple PS-581A double PH-641A MIDI sensor near the bridge
synchronized tremolo
5 position selector
1 knob guitar volume
1 volume part knob synth
1 knob guitar tone
Ibanez handle typed
1 Output Jack for his guitar
Jack Mix 1 output for the 64 synth sounds built
MIDI output for use as a controller
a jack for AC adapter not included
a port to use bank cards sound casio
possible power by 6 x 1.5V
tuner
can assign a MIDI channel per string

UTILIZATION

Channel pleasant and well finished
easy access to the latest freight form requires strato
cons by weighing 3.9kg is
different combinations of pickups resemble a sound strat still without equal the original
It is there or gate is in use MIDI
plies both to play violin or brass peaches it was perfect for the other sounds drop was felt in live use

SOUNDS

Purchased for taping the sounds of synths in the late 80's it has done its job but the use on stage was pretty hard
favorite guitar sounds selector position 2 and 3 for cleans sounds or effects with chorus flanger etc.
position 3 and 1 for distos coupled with a zoom G2 1u she defends a lot with my combo amp Yamaha G100-210
I liked all the sounds of violins, flutes and brass sheets
cons by electric pianos was not that

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased after his presentation at music fair in 1990
I cracked
it was very fashionable at all MIDI it allowed me to drive my Roland D20 and a few years I have used mixed-mode guitar / synth
Part guitar combo on my part synth built directly on the mixer and connected via MIDI cable on the D20 (hello cables)
I'm still a lot of fun at the time
before I worked with a guitar and a strato copy westwood double neck Ibanez (guitars which I still have)
Subsequently the sensor started messing around I abandoned the synth part and it became a simple but very good guitar accompanied me for many years
value for money was very high at the time I had to break my piggy bank
although the experience was rewarding
I do not redo a guitar that choice has to be a guitar point!
one loses his way of playing guitar if you use the MIDI Veur
She is now retired I no longer play at home with
because I am now the proud owner of THE GUITAR I called Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster