Service still for the V-synth GT Im thinking about buying a used one


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I wonder if you can still get them serviced if something breaks. Can you still get parts for them.
I wish they would come out with a new model of it. It does things the Kronos can't do. I love the voice
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I would think you should call Roland's Technical Service Department. They would be in the best position to answer this question. You should probably know this before thinking about dropping money on the board. I think it was initially released around October 2007, so about 5 years old.
 
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You can still purchase a Generalmusic RP-X new from Sweetwater and I'm guessing that it probably comes with a warranty.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/keyboards-midi/gem-rp-x-sound-module

GEM went out of business in 2007 and I know for a fact that parts are in a category of scarce to non-existent. The Italy office is completely closed down and at the Chicago office no one answers the phone so what good is your warranty if no parts exist and the company is out of business? That is why I suggested that the poster contact Roland technical service to get the skinny rather than asking that question to this site where we really can only speculate what we logically think the answer should be.
 
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You can still purchase a Generalmusic RP-X new from Sweetwater and I'm guessing that it probably comes with a warranty.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/keyboards-midi/gem-rp-x-sound-module

GEM went out of business in 2007 and I know for a fact that parts are in a category of scarce to non-existent. The Italy office is completely closed down and at the Chicago office no one answers the phone so what good is your warranty if no parts exist and the company is out of business? That is why I suggested that the poster contact Roland technical service to get the skinny rather than asking that question to this site where we really can only speculate what we logically think the answer should be.

Hej Dave,

you should use actuell links. The GEM RP-X you can't buy at Sweetwaters:
http://www.sweetwater.com/store/search.php?s=Gem+RP-X

And let me say Roland is not GEM.

On the otherside your tip to ask Roland's technical support is okey. But what I often cannot understand, why users don't come to this obvious way of acting.
 
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