Casio Guitar Synth Built-in iPD Sound Generator PG-380

The PG-380 was Casio's top of the line synth guitar,   debuted in 1987. Features include an alder body, maple neck with an ebony 22-fret fingerboard, a Gotoh Floyd Rose-style (licensed) vibrato and a locking nut.

The electronics are quite impressive with neck and middle single-coils, and a bridge humbucker that is coil splittable by a push-pull switch on the tone control. The synth module features a Hex-pickup located by the tremolo, 64 built in tones, 12 buttons for controlling patches and octave, a 2-digit LED display, and two LED's for the built-in tuner. Controls include a five pole pickup selector with tone, guitar volume and synth volume. Multiple outputs include a MIDI-OUT connector, one mono output for guitar only and a stereo for guitar + synth. The synth can be set to send on six different MIDI channels, one for each string, or everything over one channel. Includes slot for additional ROM cards.

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  • Casio Guitar Synth Built-in iPD Sound Generator PG-380
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