WNAMM13: American-Made V-Guitar Strat

Roland introduces the G-5A VG Stratocaster   21-Jan-13

Roland says that the G-5A VG Stratocaster brings you the power and versatility of their  V-Guitar technology in a top-level, limited-edition instrument made in the U.S.A. Built in the Fender factory in Corona, California, the G-5A is a 100-percent authentic American Standard Stratocaster guitar, complete with a Candy Apple Red finish and 22-fret maple neck with rosewood fingerboard.

Enhancing the classic Strat sound and functionality are onboard Roland COSM electronics that provide a universe of modeled electric and acoustic guitar sounds. Roland says the G-5A gives you the ability to completely change your tone at a moment's notice, with fingertip access to a library of coveted vintage instruments, plus a selection of COSM-powered "ideal performance" pickups that deliver a unique, modern edge. To top it off, alternate tunings and 12-string sounds are instantly available for any COSM guitar tone, all with a simple twist of a knob.

Features

  • Authentic American Standard Stratocaster infused with COSM technology
  • Modeled instruments onboard, plus unique pickup tones such as the extended-range "Bright Humbucker" and full, bold "Wide Range" single coil
  • Instantly accessible alternate tunings and 12-string sounds for all COSM guitar tones
  • Simple operation based on the Stratocaster design concept
  • Classic Candy Apple Red finish
  • 22-fret maple neck with rosewood fingerboard



Pricing and Availability:
The G-5A VG Stratocaster is a limited-edition model available at authorized V-Guitar Station dealers
Pricing TBC

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1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
scarr    Said...

Made in the US? That must make the COSM sound better, right? Otherwise this is a more expensive rehash of a not-too-successful product?

Roland and Fender are both better than this. Innovate!

24-Jan-13 10:36 PM


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