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The G-303 has a "chunky" profile, while the G-808 has a "slim" neck profile. Hardware: the G-303 has Silver/Nickel hardware, and the G-808 has Gold/Brass hardware.
Early G-808 Bridge Design: as previously noted, the early G-808 guitars had a high-mass bridge also in use in Greco guitars made by Fujigen at this time.
The Roland GR-300 and G-808 guitar combination was the original flagship of the early 1980s Roland guitar synthesizers.
It was this combination most prominently featured in advertising promoting the breakthrough Roland guitar technology.
Notably, the GR-300 and G-808 offered a level of playability that had been promised since the introduction of the guitar synthesizers.
When players picked up a GR-300 and G-808, they did not have to adjust their style to play this expressive system.
The Roland G-808 is a modified version of the Greco GO1000.
By far and away, the majority of G-808 guitars that I have seen have what looks like a standard Tune-O-Matic type bridge and stop bar tailpiece.
On my guitar, this cap is located a little to the right of center of the board, in the upper middle section.
Once you've found the cap, snip one of its leads with a diagonal cutter - you will be rewarded by a brighter fuzz sound with more presence.
Improving hex fuzz high-frequency response The hex fuzz section of a Roland G-series guitar (which is built into the guitar) mixes the fuzzed signal from each string into a single output.
Note, though, that this hex fuzz mixer starts rolling off high frequencies around 2k Hz.