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Boss SY-300

Discussion in 'Studio Lounge' started by Makzimia, Apr 22, 2015.

  1. Makzimia

    Makzimia Active Member

    I have three things to say, Oh MY GAWD!


    They've finally done it, and the music world goes wild. My last foray into this world, and I still have the GK-3 on one of my guitars, was the Roland GR-55 which needs the special pickup.

    What do you all think?.


    Edited link to not favour one particular vender :D.
  2. pcrecord

    pcrecord Don't you want the best recording like I do ? Well-Known Member

    Seems like a nice toy.. Personnaly I say, if you want to play guitar, do so. If you want to play synth, buy a synth or controler for vsti.
    Most instrument tracks done with a guitar sounds un-natural.. with some exceptions of course ;)

    But hey ! What ever inspires you and makes you happy Tony !! ;)
  3. DonnyThompson

    DonnyThompson Distinguished Member

    I wonder how it responds to bends?

    If you end up getting this Tony, please let us know and/or post samples.
  4. Makzimia

    Makzimia Active Member

    @pcrecord @DonnyThompson

    Heya Marco and Donny,

    I am not sure if I would get one or not to be honest. When I went the midi pickup route I found it cumbersome, for my play style it was also laggy somewhat. This new one interested me because it is just plug and play. As I am a non music reader, and someone who lives off sounds and the textures associated with them when creating a new song. I just find the idea of something instant in addition to the guitar sound amazing. When the GR-55 did what I thought I wanted from it, it was amazing. The tonal possibilities of this new one are incredible, don't care and never use sequencing these days personally. I play one of the best synths ever made, it doesn't do guitar, I play guitar reasonably well, this adds something much more.

    It's just G.A.S :D.
    pcrecord likes this.

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