I've been learning from my teacher for many donkey years, from general rock/jazz then switching to classical guitar exclusively. He's been aware of all the different genres I've been involved in so he decides to throw me a curve ball; he offered to lend me his old Roland GR300 Guitar Synth for the purpose of making music with it. Even if I already own a Boss SY300, the prospect was just too good to turn down.
When I got the rig, the pedal was working fine but the guitar was unplayable due to being in storage since 1991. So I got my tech to refurbish it for him at my expense and did a quick crappy clip using it.
This is a full vintage proto/pre midi rig. The cable used for the synth is so ancient my tech (who's notorious for nicknaming my instruments) called it "I Can't Believe It's Not SCSI". The Roland Guitar itself sounds pretty good (like an MIJ Fender) but I'm currently all about the analog synth tones. And it can certainly do all the fat moog/oberheim sounds. Controls aren't as intensive as the newer digital units like my SY300 but the sound is still great.
I'll definitely be using this on my next solo effort.