Rare Vintage Roland G-808 & GR-300 Polyphonic Guitar Synthesizer 1980


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100% original & fully functioning, this super cool & ultra rare G-808 solid body electric guitar includes the Roland GR-300 Polyphonic Synthesizer foot control board, also fully functioning. The guitar can be plugged into an amp by itself & played like a traditional electric guitar, but the real magic happens when you connect it to the GR-300 & go total out of space! Professionally inspected & set up ready to play upon arrival.

Cosmetic Condition: Both the guitar & the effects unit are in great shape with only mild play wear. Various minor nicks & dings; surface scratches & some tarnish on the gold hardware.

Neck: 7-piece maple & mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard & pearloid dot inlays. Frets are in great shape with hardly any wear. Gotoh GR gold diecast tuners work perfectly. 1 11/16" nut width; 24 3/4" scale length. Neck is straight & truss rod works fine.

Body: Neck-thru design with solid ash & walnut wings. Stop tailpiece & adjustable bridge with brass saddles. Guitar weighs 8 lbs 13 oz.

Electronics: Two Roland PU-114H humbuckers with 3-way toggle switch. Dual volume & tone controls with gold "top hat" knobs. 3-way mini toggle to select synth, synth+guitar or just guitar. Dual control knobs for synth. All electronics are working.

Case: Original hardshell case included along with connector cable.

GR-300 Specs:
6-voice polyphony
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