For the past few months, I’ve been having a lot of fun playing with Roland’s VG-88 guitar modeling system. It’s a pedal board loaded with 260 different patches that a guitar player can dial through, much like a keyboard synthesizer player. Want your guitar to sound like a nylon string classical guitar? An acoustic or electric 12-string guitar? Jimmy Page’s Les Paul? Eric Clapton’s Stratocaster? A guitar synthesizer? All those tones are in there, and many more.
The product has been out for a while, but just for the heck of it, I knocked off a lengthy review for Blogcritics, which you can read by clicking here.