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Hi. I had the same problem and fixed it by clearing all the phrases. An explanation of how to do this is below (written by someone else, not me) But, expect your guide beat to now sound like a fuzz instead of a drum. This really sucks and there is apparantly no fix for the guide sound except to send it back to Boss. Good luck.

1. Start by selecting Phrase 1.

(if the 'REVERSE' or 'AUTO START' are lit press them off.)

2. Select 'INST & MIC' by pressing 'MODE'

3. Hold down 'EXIT' and 'AUTO START' together - at the same time, this should light up the green LED for 'LOOP PHASE'

4. Hold down 'WRITE' and 'EXIT' together
then hold 'WRITE' on its own
then 'WRITE' and 'EXIT' together again...as if you were clearing a phrase.

they should light up in red and flash, if not try a combo of section 4.

5. Repeat on all Phrases 1 - 11.

Roland BOSS... | Answered on Mar 01, 2017


Sorry but not at this site. Try a local music store.

Roland Music | Answered on Feb 09, 2017


The first step would be to re-initialize the unit. Here's a link to the process-
BOSS Support Knowledge Base GT 10 Factory Reset Initialization

Roland Boss... | Answered on Jan 25, 2017


And what is your question about it?
Most can be answered on the ROland site or from their customer support staff. Here is the link-

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Roland Music | Answered on Dec 27, 2016


YOu can disassemble the machine and clean the switch and resolver the connections to the circuit board, but it would be easier to call Roland and get the info for the nearest service center in your area.

Roland Boss Dr.... | Answered on Nov 21, 2016


If the polarity, voltage, and amperage are the same, there is no reason that you cannot use this device as an alternate.

Roland Music | Answered on Oct 16, 2016


There is probably both a global volume and individual program violume as well. One or both may have reset to a lower level and need to be turned up. It's also possible that the general output has a setting for line level or instrument level, which may be software controlled. Take a look through your manual to find these settings and adjust to suit.If all else fails, contact Roland Customer Service at this link for help.
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Roland Gr33... | Answered on Sep 16, 2016


YOur best bet would be to ask Roland directly. Here's the link-

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Roland Music | Answered on Sep 04, 2016


You should ask Roland Service. Here is the link-

https://www.roland.com/us/company/contact_us/

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Roland Music | Answered on Sep 04, 2016

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