How to Use a Roland GR-09.?

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1. Connect the 1/4-inch jack of the special cable that came with the GK2 or GK2A to the output jack on your guitar. Connect the 13-pin end of the cable to the "GK in" connector on the rear of the GR-09 to establish a communication channel between the
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