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This is the best endorsement I can give: I recently completed a CD on which the ONLY synth units were the GR-50 and a Korg Poly-800. (While the GR-50 is technically a guitar synth, I use it primarily as a sound module for incoming MIDI. It tracks fast enough playing guitar if you’re not a shredder, but I’m more comfortable on the keyboard). I played the completed CD for a friend who is a professional keyboardist, with over $25K invested in his synth rig. He demanded to know what made the sounds he heard, and said he had little in his arsenal that would be able to duplicate them! His jaw dropped when I told him it was the GR-50. The stock sounds are okay, but when tweaked, ‘verbed, and panned, they take on a new meaning. The pads rule!Type: Synth/ module/
Synthesis Type: Digital Accoustic simulation/ Polyphony: Max: 16 Typical in use: 8/ Multi-timbral (number of parts): 9
Oscillators per Voice : Min : 1 Max : 4/ Controllers : GK-1 or GK-2 Hex Guitar Pickups Effects : Number of FX units : 2 Number of different effects : 1/ Effects : Number of FX units : 2 Number of different effects : 1
Drum Section : Number of Drum Kits : Number of Drum sounds : 128/ Keyboard : Number of Keys : None Can send on 6 simultaneous MIDI channels Responds to : velocity, Sounds can be split by : velocity, keyboard/
Memory : Patches : 128 Performances : 128/ Inputs and Outputs : Number of Audio Outs (excluding Phones) : 2 Number of Audio Ins : 0 Number of MIDI Outs (excluding Thru) : 1 Number of MIDI Ins : 1

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