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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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michael a hobbyist user from united states writes:
i recently added the casio mg-510 guitar to my collection. it is by far the sweetest axe i have ever played. the neck on this guitar is so comfortable and the midi is good all except for the 5th string intermitantly breaks up and i have not been able to adjust it to work correctly. any feedback on how this can be corrected as there is no guitar shop that can fix this. otherwise this is one sweet guitar and will never part with it.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-27-2008 at 23:03
Claes Cornelius a professional user from Copenhagen, Denmark writes:
This is a brief 2007 follow-up as to my earlier comments here:

Via a great guitar community friend here in Copenhagen, Hans Nissen, I was able to get another MG-510 - this time, it is the all-black model while my other one is all-white. Consistency-wise, it is exactly the same as my other one. Another great friend is lusting for a Parker MIDI guitar just like Joni Mitchell's... but these aren't made anymore, nor (I suppose) is the Washburn JB-100 MIDI. A MG-510 is thus more attractive than ever if you can locate one.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-13-2007 at 05:55
Tractorbooty a hobbyist user from UK writes:
I think this is an awesome guitar in 2007 especially you consider it was designed in the 1980's!! Since having this I have looked upon those Casio guys in a new light. With this product they were years ahead of their time.

There are so many options available to a player with one of these. I use mine to control a midi effects pedal so there is no need to press foot switches. I can select any distortion, phaser, echo, reverb patch just by sending a program change message from the guitar.

If you really want to get fancy get hold of a Yamaha MEP4 processor and link this to the guitar and you can program midi fretboard splits, arpegios and echo across 4 midi devices!!

After all these years I just realised that this the ability to help guitarists read music!! I hook mine up to a Trax midi sequencer and I can see exactly what I am playing in real musical notation.

The only sad point is that with age, mine has recently started to play up so it needs to be switched on 5-10 minutes before playing but that is the only snag I have.

I'd like to keep mine going for as long as possible so if know of someone who wants to sell one or the electronics do let me know.

Without the midi it is a great guitar. With the midi capability it is just streets ahead of anything I have seen!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-14-2007 at 14:05
Hugo a hobbyist user from Portugal writes:
Hi. My name is Hugo i have a Casio MIDI MG-510 Guitar. I want to make a checkup to my guitar but i'm afraid that who's going to make it does not have the electric blueprint and may do some damage to my baby. My question is if anyone have the electric map (blueprint of conections pickups/toggle switch etc.) of this guitar that can send me. I would be most thankfull. Best Regards

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Apr-26-2007 at 06:22
Hugo a hobbyist user from Portugal writes:
Hi. My name is Hugo i have a Casio MIDI MG-510 Guitar. I want to make a checkup to my guitar but i'm afraid that who's going to make it does not have the electric blueprint and may do some damage to my baby. My question is if anyone have the electric map (blueprint of conections pickups/toggle switch etc.) of this guitar that can send me. I would be most thankfull. Best Regards

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Apr-26-2007 at 06:09
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