Synth Site: Casio: MG-510 Midi Guitar: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Jim a part-time user from USA writes:
Got this guitar in 1993, I will *never* part with it. Did club work with it for years, switching from guitar to "keyboard" with a Boss DS330 synth module. Have replaced switches and controls when they wore out, actually got a new neck off EBay when the frets wore out. Doing church work with it now. Ergonomically the best guitar I've ever owned, neck and everything else feels right. Had to replace the pickups due to their picking up light dimmer noise, Seymour Duncan Vintage Rails in neck and mid and Vintage Humbucker at bridge. Also added a Hipshot Trem-setter and re-painted it a dark metallic green. Awesome guitar!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-22-2010 at 11:23
Jesse D. Martin a professional user from Brooklyn, N.Y. USA writes:
I have a MG 510. I love my girl. Got it about 16 years ago at Chelsea Guitars. I have other really good axes. But I play this one the most. It is nice finding other people that play and love this axe. Peace and Love Jesse D.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-07-2009 at 00:00
Al Ducharme a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I have the Casio MG-510 (black) and would like to offer it for sale. It is in like-new condition as I used it primarily for the midi in a church setting. It served it's purpose and I would rather see someone enjoy it as I did rather than let her sit.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-31-2008 at 10:28
Rick from Miami Florida writes:
I have a Casio MG-510 on loan from a friend. The problem is that some of the electronic " chips" have come loose and fallen off the circuit board. I found about 3 in the guitar case so far. I need to get this repaired. I called Casio, but they could not help. They no longer have any support for it. Any help out there? Any leads on locating repair facilities, schematics, parts? Would really appreciate any info on this.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-23-2008 at 18:13
Will a part-time user from California writes:
Owned this puppy since 1999 and im sure i will not let go of it. This MG510 is simply FAR to useful and valuable in my home production studio. I find it very easy to configure. all you gotta do is plug in and play basically which is the way it should be i think. yeah. helps my creativity in a large way, and i have never had a problem with this axe. Had a pro set-up in '99 and been ridin smooth ever since. can control ANY Midi device with this amazing instrument. Anything MIDI. just plug it in and see. :0)) really cool. no special interface needed like Roland. So, i believe it to be a much more flexible choice. When i first bought this, i tried it out with a Waldorf Pulse....plugged it into the MIDI IN and WHOAHHHH!!! it was more fun that i expected. I will never sell it. Comes in handy in so many ways, and it also IS a very very nice quality axe as well. Im a guitar player and i dont like poor quality quitars. That was my big fear with this Casio, but im very impressed with the quality and feel of this instrument. its got a solid and vintage vibe to it. Not quite like my strat, but not too far off either. :) more like an Ibanez perhaps :} Oh, and one more thang, the tracking on the MG510 is NOT perfect, but it is very acceptable. It does take some getting used to and some deliberately clear playing techniques, but go ahead and be experimental with it and you will see how you can use it in your favor. Just keep in mind that you may need to slow down a bit and pay attention closely to how far you can push it. Once you get used to it, the tracking really is fine. could be much worse i suppose. I just thought in all fairness i should mention this one drawback. However, it has never really held me up, and i always find a workaround to any tracking glitches easily by slowing down some.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-31-2008 at 15:51
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