Electronic Guitar is Now
With the new V-Guitars® from Roland, the guitars of the future are officially here.
Roland rewrote guitar-tech history with the debut of COSM technology, which first appeared on the pioneering VG-8 guitar-modeling system. Today, the new G-5 infuses a coveted Fender Stratocaster with advanced features realized by Roland’s COSM technology. In addition to offering all classic Stratocaster sounds and functionality, the G-5 provides a new world of electric and acoustic guitar tones recreated by COSM — including instantly accessible alternate tunings and 12-string sounds for all COSM guitar tones! The G-5 also offers a built-in library of coveted modeled pickup tones, and, thanks to COSM technology, also enables unique “ideal-performance” pickups, such as a humbucker with ultra-wide tone and a single coil with full, bold tone.
Since pioneering the GR-500 guitar synth in 1977, Roland has been dedicated to developing the ultimate electronic guitar. A perpetual and continuous quest for the next-generation guitar led to electric-guitar giant Fender®. Now, collaborating with Fender, Roland proudly introduces a new era of electronic guitar: V-Guitar!
Take a guided tour of the G-5 VG Stratocaster.
Introducing the Roland V-Guitar.
Steve Stevens (Billy Idol, Michael Jackson) demonstrates the G-5 VG Stratocaster.
Gallows guitarist, Laurent “Lags” Barnard, talks to Roland UK about his favorite features of the G-5 VG Stratocaster.
Alex Hutchings demonstrates the G-5 VG Stratocaster.
A classic chorus amp with a legendary clean sound.
Small, loud, proud, and in true stereo! A new prescription for tone.
Compact, lightweight, battery-powered stereo amplifier with slanted cabinet design.
A portable CUBE amp with connections for microphones, guitars, keyboards, drum machines, MP3 players, and more.
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