Roland VG-99 Review

In the history of guitar modeling, no manufacturer has devoted more time, resources, and passion into this market segment than Roland — from the world’s first guitar modeling processor, the legendary VG-8, to its popular V-Guitar predecessors.

The intuitive control layout belies the processing power within (© )

Now here’s another milestone in guitar modeling and performance technology: the VG-99. With three powerful new processors at its core, plus expressive performance controls such as Ribbon Controller and D BEAM, this remarkable instrument raises the bar in guitar-modeling and performance technology.

Guitarist Magazine gave it 4 1/2 stars (out of 5) and said: “definitely the most powerful self-contained package available on the market today, for creating new sounds from your guitar, and worth the money”

Read full Music Radar review here.

SRP £822. Dolphin Price £699. View item

Features:

  • Dual modeling engines allow guitar and amp models to be dynamically switched, layered and combined.
  • New COSM electric, acoustic and even bass guitar models, and new synth waves such as the famous GR-300
  • Guitar to MIDI converter for direct connection to keyboards, sound modules, soft synths, computers, and other MID compatible devices.
  • Supports USB audio and MIDI for easy digital recording and sequencing.
  • Dual GT-Pro-class effects processor enables unequalled flexible tone creation.
  • Advanced performance controls, including D BEAM, V-LINK, and Ribbon Controller take guitar performance to a whole new level.
  • Simple and intuitive knob based interface and new design support live performance.
  • Graphical Editor software included to support sophisticated sound making.
  • Versatile I/O including USB, S/PDIF, XLR provide pro connections for virtually every type of music production and performance on stage to professional studio recording

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~ by dolphinblog on January 15, 2008.

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