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I was contacted by a G-303 player in the States and a G-808 player in Norway both using the first run, early "prerelease" version of the guitar electronics.
The cards are labeled as version "A." The published Roland documentation supports version "B: and "C." These rare "A" cards are unusual in several ways: the component layout is very different and the outputs trimmers seem to be arbitrarily placed on the board.
But they cannot escape the feel of being really well made Fender copies, no matter how nice they are. The more expensive G-808 has through-neck construction and other nice features, like gold hardware.
There are some ideas as to why the more expensive, classier G-808 never quite took off with the same following as the G-303.
I have tested and played both guitars, and can not say that I was able to detect a difference.
He mentioned he had misplaced the paper they sent with the pickup explaining what parts to replace when he installed the new pickup. View the original note from Roland sent to Jonathan Prince. But Mark Wire was able to find a replacement hex divided pickup! 413100 Mark goes on to outline the resistors that need to be changed for the new #610 pickup.
In the case of the G-707 guitar, you need to check to following resistors: R23, R26, R29, R35 and R38.
According to the schematic, these resistors should be 10K, but in this rare G-707 circuit board, the resistors were only 1K.
I emailed back that his memory was probably fooling him, as there was no official Roland documentation on the pickup change. "We don’t have any humbucking pickups for your G-808 (I physically went out to parts dept. And Mark notes the serial numbers of the new and old pickups: Old type: #601 Pick-Up 22380601 New type: #610 Pick-Up 22380610. As it turns out, these are exactly the modifications that I outline in the notes below.
Mark lists the serial numbers of guitars that use the older style, #601 (or part number 22380601) divided pickups: G-202 before serial no. For the G-303, G-505 and G-808, each string needs two resistors changed, one effecting the synthesizer signal, and the other effecting the hex fuzz signal.