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Roland GR-33

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The GR-33 has a sound set based on the Roland JV-1080 synthesizer. Unlike the JV series, it does not support expansion with a plugin board. It is meant to be used with a guitar that has a Roland GK-2A pickup or equivalent and will also work with the GK-3 or a Yamaha G1D pickup.

It sounds very similar to its predecessor, the GR-30, but has an improved interface and a controller pedal. A stripped-down version was released as the Roland GR-20. It was followed by the GR-55.


Year Released: 2000

Polyphony: 48 notes

Multitimbral: 6 parts

Preset Patches: 128

User Patches: 128

ROM: 384 waveforms

Effects: 40 types plus chorus and reverb

Power Consumption: 14V, 800 mA

Weight: 2.5 kg

Dimensions: 435 mm x 280 mm x 95 mm

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Roland GR-33 Manual