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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Coleman, Aug 14, 2003.
where can download GT-6B manual?
and it good?
who own it and give some adivse please
http://www.rolandus.com/support/support_docs/GT6Bts.pdf Yhis is about as deep a the Roland website lets you get. They don't offer a full manual online as far as I know.
I couldn't find one either. I bought one, what do you want to know?
and the sound like single effect?
and user friendly?
I think it sounds fine. I wouldn't say it has the best amp models in the world, but after tweaking the preamp eq. I found a passable SVT type sound. I think the effect are very good. I don't use anything real drastic. I like the chorus. There is also a 2x2 chorus that I will have to play with more.
I think it is pretty user friendly after you figure it out. It took a while to figure out how to switch patches and effects and stuff easily. I also couldn't figure out how to changes some of the parameters on the effects right away, but now it is easy.
I think it is easier than the V-amp. It has a LCD csreen that really helps!
i bought mine just for the tuner and the chorus
I bought mine for the EQ, chorus, octaver amd wah. worked out cheaper than separates, and a bunch of other effects i never thought i'd use but have, like the synth (skunk anasie - twisted), overdrive, and even the harmonist, for the organ intro on Hotel california. I've also found it great with a guitar too, I've even got a patch setup for Steve Vai's ballerina 12/24, complete with delayed pitchshifting!.