Roland has always been the King of guitar synthesizer controllers, going back to 1977 when they released the GR500. The Roland GR500 was not only the first true guitar synthesizer controller, it was also the first to use the 24 pin interface connector. The GR500 didn’t always track the best, but it paved the way for the guitar you see here.
When the designers at the Ibanez/Greco guitar factory wanted to build a MIDI guitar, they looked at the Roland specification and the current Roland controller line-up. Taking the best features and improving the worst, they came up with the X-ing IMG2010 Controller.
I came upon this amazing instrument by accident. I already had a 1975 Gibson with a Roland GK1 pickup and the GM70 signal converter. This guitar has always tracked well and been a great source of pleasure for me.