Question about Musical Instruments
This is a divided pickup ( 6 pickups in one ) 1 pickup for each string of the guitar. The pickup under the G string does not respond. The pickup has not experienced any trauma. It did seem alittle weak before it stopped responding.
I have the same problem. Only the 1st, 3rd and 5th strings respond. This is not a sensitivity adjustment. The unit does not see the strings. I called Roland and was able to purchase just the pickup itself rather that the entire GK-3. The pickup was about $35 but took 4 weeks to arrive. When it finally got here I was excited. It was not difficult to remove the old and replace it with the new. I plugged it in. NOTHING CHANGED! I believe and hope it ti the 13-pin cable. I have read where these cables are just poorly made and many users have spent a considerable sum on the cable, most recommending having one in reserve always as they are sure to go out.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
Eureeka, read through the manual and reset the synth module, I did and mine is now cured
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
Have you tried another cable? that would be the first place to suspect, if that dont work it could be the coil inside the g string pickup but thats unlikely.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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