SECOND HAND Roland GR-S V Guitar Space Pedal

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SECOND HAND Roland GR-S V Guitar Space Pedal

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SECOND HAND Roland GR-S V Guitar Space Pedal
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With the all-new V-Guitar pedals, guitarists can now enjoy the immense benefits of Roland’s GK processing—the powerful technology behind the GR-55 Guitar Synthesizer and VG-99 V-Guitar System—right on their pedalboards. The GR-S V-Guitar Space features independent processing for each guitar string, giving you four amazing tones that transport your guitar to a new dimension of sound, including Crystal, Rich Modulation, Slow Pad, and the multi-string emulation of Brilliant Clean. Housed in the popular and practical Twin Pedal format and equipped with connections for easy integration with amps, stomps, multi-effects, and other V-Guitar devices, the GR-S delivers out-of-this-world sounds that can only be achieved with GK processing.

- Roland’s powerful V-Guitar technology in a Twin Pedal stompbox
- Super-spacious tones and multi-string emulation only possible with GK processing
- Crystal, Rich Modulation, Slow Pad, and Brilliant Clean sounds, with real-time DSP for latency-free performance
- Ultra-responsive COLOR and TONE knobs for sound shaping
- Expressive Freeze function holds the current sound for lead backing and sound FX
- 13-pin GK input; designed for use with the GC-1 GK-Ready Stratocaster, GK-3 Divided Pickup, and all GK-equipped guitars
- Flexible connections for easy integration with amps, pedals, and multi-effects
- Four user memories, with remote selection from GK-equipped guitar

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Colour N/A
Category Musical Instrument Accessories
Brand Roland
Manufacturer Roland
MPN GR-S
EAN 4957054503413
Condition Second Hand
Product Tags Guitar Effects pedal
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