Roland GR-300 Analog Guitar Synthesizer
Owned & Used by Jeff Skunk Baxter of Steely Dan
Vintage Roland GR-300 Synth Module In good condition this is Jeff actual GR-300 module that he used extensively during the 1980's. Testing and in working condition, this piece of Rock of History comes with a signed COA from Jeff Baxter. It works with all 24-PIN synth guitars or controllers. This is the Synth unit that Andy Summers was using with the Police, as well as Pat Metheny on Offramp! You may of heard this actual GR-300 on some of your favorite songs from Steely Dan and the Doobie Bros. This comes with the original power cord, but does NOT include the 24 PIN cable to connect to your guitar (G-505 or similar). Contact me directly if you are looking for a 24 Pin cable to go with this GR-300. She does make some the cool Roland electronic synth sounds with your synth guitar or controller.
2 oscillators per voice
VCOs (voltage controlled oscillator) are directly harmonically locked to each string, but can be tuned separately
VCF (voltage controlled filter, low pass) -24 dB per octave, with envelope modulation (attack and sensitivity)
Low Frequency Oscillator, for Vibrato Effects
Built-in foot switch controls the VCO mode (single/dual), VCO harmonize pitch (detuning of the VCO's), and VCF mode (on, bypass, or inverted)
Pedal control input for the VCF
The GR-300 can output either the guitar, the synth, or a mix of the two
Synchronized, flashing LED status indicators
Dimensions: 15.7" (W) 11.4" (D) 3.9" (H)
Power Requirements: 20 watts
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