BOSS GKC-DA GK CONVERTER
Drive BOSS and Roland 13-Pin GK Devices from the Next-Generation Serial GK Interface
The latest BOSS guitar synthesizer products feature the Serial GK digital interface, a newly developed connection method that delivers evolved performance over the analog 13-pin GK interface used in earlier BOSS and Roland guitar synth and modelling products. The GKC-DA GK Converter allows you to drive a 13-pin GK device such as the BOSS SY-1000 or GP-10 using the Serial GK output on a GK-5 or GK-5B Divided Pickup or the GM-800 Guitar Synthesizer.
- Converts the Serial GK digital interface to the classic 13-pin analog GK interface
- Serial GK input and 13-pin GK output
- Instrument input for passing normal guitar/bass pickup sounds to the 13-pin output
- Compact and rugged metal design
The GKC-DA allows you to use the following 13-pin GK products with Serial GK devices:
- SY-1000 Guitar Synthesizer
- GP-10 Guitar Processor
GR-55 Guitar Synthesizer and other legacy products with a 13-pin GK input
This product is covered by a 5 year manufacturer warranty.
Although we are not authorised to determine if any repair is covered under warranty, if the item was purchased through World of Music, then we are often the best people to facilitate the claim for you and will do so as timely as possible. Warranty does not apply to cosmetic damage or faults that are a result of user neglect. Although your mate is really handy with a soldering iron, any product modification or home repair will also result in a void warranty.
Quite often, something perceived as a fault is as simple as a faulty cable or power issue so we always suggest checking over Frequently Asked Questions on the manufacturer website first. It can be a helpful approach to getting to the bottom of a problem and save you a lot of time in getting your gear back up and running!
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