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NAMM 2011: Roland Announce New GR-55 Guitar Synthesizer
Renowned Japanese electronic musical instrument manufacturer Roland has announced details of the Roland GR-55, a revolutionary guitar synthesizer at this years NAMM.
The Roland GR-55 is a revolution in guitar synthesis, with features never before available in any guitar processor
It offers a New Era of Sound, Power, & Performance In terms of speed and performance, it's the fastest ever.
It's also the most accurate, thanks to newly developed pitch-detection technology and the triple-core generator houses a world-class array of virtual guitars, basses, amps, and synth voices, enabling tones and textures that have never been heard before.
Onstage or in the studio, you can instantly access the GR-55's huge library of ready-to-use sounds, from pop to rock and beyond, with quick-access category buttons.
A revolutionary fusion of guitar synthesis and powerful COSM guitar modeling it offers a ground-breaking new era in guitar synthesis.
In addition the GR-55 conveniently bridges the guitarist to the desktop music production world with its two USB ports and also features a foot control of USB audio playback so your hands never need to leave the guitar.Posted on 13 Jan 2011 18:00 to category : Instruments News
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