- Steve Hackett - Roland GR-500/GS-500 Performance - Please Don't Touch From the 'Please Don't Touch' tour, November 8, 1978. Great GR-500 showcase!
- Vintage Roland GR-300 Review from Electronics & Music Maker - Nov 1981
- Roland GR-77B for Reaktor - Download a modeled Roland GR-77B for Native Instruments Reaktor 5!
- Roland GR-700 Blue - Remake with 'GR-300' blue finish, new handles, and handsome natural wood end blocks! Thank you Chuck Nin!
- PG-200 - Updated NOS New-Old-Stock photos of the Roland PG-700, programmer for the Roland GR-700. Thank you Eric Rusack!
- G-707 White Ever wonder what a G-707 would look like redone in a brilliant white finish? With Steinberger folding leg rest!
- 3D Printing Vintage Roland Guitar Parts - 24-to-25 pin Plate - Courtesy of Jusin Casey
- David Gilmour - Solo with Roland STK-1 and GR-700!
- Moog Voyager XL (with Casio MG-510 Cameo) Space Music - Melodic Downtempo, Ambient, Ambient& PsyChill Mix.
- Roland GM-70 Guitar-to-MIDI Converter - Review by Paul White, Music Technology Magazine, April 1987
- Theme from M*A*S*H. Arranged using only the ARP Odyssey for all sounds, synths, drums, efx, etc.
- Ibanez IMG2010 - Owned by George Benson. Rare 'Endorsee' finish with Silver hardware.
All Roland and Roland-compatible cables fall into two basic categories: either the early version 1 cables, with a latching-type mechanism, or the later version 2 cables with a pin-type mechanism.
Since all these cables share the exact same pin configuration, they are electronically completely interchangeable. There is no difference between the wiring of a GR-500 cable and a GR-700 cable. Electronically, they are all identical. However, the later pin-type cables are slightly more universal, and provide a more secure physical connection when used with pin-type connectors. The pin-type cables also work well with latching-type connectors.
Please watch the video, and see the chart at the bottom of the page for a list of devices and their connectors. Also, Mogami wire is used universally in all the cables.
Please note the Korg Z3, because of its recessed design, must use the later, pin-type cables. Look to the repairs page for more information on maintaining and repairing cables. The proprietary Roland connectors were made by the Japanese connector company, Tajimi.