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On 09/01/2018 at 00:21, ped said:

Yes but you said there is latency with a GK + Vbass, which there isn’t :)

But  there is : you maybe don't hear it anymore or are so accustomed to anticipate it that you don't notice it anymore... :drinks:

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8 minutes ago, Hellzero said:

But  there is : you maybe don't hear it anymore or are so accustomed to anticipate it that you don't notice it anymore... :drinks:

There’s none. Only as much as using a normal pickup in a normal bass. Ask Roland if you must!

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There will be some as it V System uses digital signal processing, but it’s no more than any other digital effects unit, and considerably less then any pitch conversion system.

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