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Other guitar pickup from Roland belonging to the GK series.

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  • CimerianCimerian

    Roland GK-2APublished on 01/14/03 at 09:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Action A GK2 Roland

    GK2A .... Pickup magntique noon. (Midi and Audio)

    The sensor team my Ibanez Blazer Custom 3 years, and works without problem.
    Property under the strings and bridge between micro acute, it captures all the vibrations made by strings.

    A to ask a luthier, who will do well for a few dollars.
    Because the positioning is critical .... Height, and especially distance between sensor and nut ...

    No positives against ngatifs, it works ....

    There is the Yamaha, and they say, time is faster rponse .... vrifier.

    For it is against his ain suprieur the GK who had a long delay.

    It is a good compromise report / quality prices using the GI 10 (converter).
    And als…
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    Action A GK2 Roland

    GK2A .... Pickup magntique noon. (Midi and Audio)

    The sensor team my Ibanez Blazer Custom 3 years, and works without problem.
    Property under the strings and bridge between micro acute, it captures all the vibrations made by strings.

    A to ask a luthier, who will do well for a few dollars.
    Because the positioning is critical .... Height, and especially distance between sensor and nut ...

    No positives against ngatifs, it works ....

    There is the Yamaha, and they say, time is faster rponse .... vrifier.

    For it is against his ain suprieur the GK who had a long delay.

    It is a good compromise report / quality prices using the GI 10 (converter).
    And also with the VG8 (simulator guitar amps of all kinds and a few patches synthesizers)

    If I tried again c'tait GR 50 Yamaha to get an ide prcise.

    As I look trs habitu my game to counter the low delay, and it does not ask me no more problem.

    Here is my opinion ..... Good choice!
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