Hey guys, I currently run a Parker Nitefly, a Fly, a Mesa DC 5, and a '73 Fender Champ. Sometimes I use the Mesa and the Fender simultaneously with the Fly's stereo piezo/mag splitter, and it's a very interesting chorus effect. I run a Fulltone gt-500 in front of the champ for OD tones, and if I run OD through the Mesa I use what's already in the amp. I run a Carbon Copy in front of both for some slight delay, and that's the extent of my effects. Anyway, I was looking to add some synth-like sounds to sub for a keyboard player once in a while (it's a long story), particularly strings and organ. I was looking at a few different systems, but there's so much stuff out there that I'm a little flummoxed. So, I have a few questions: Is it possible to use a guitar synth box with the Parker's Piezo? I was thinking not, in which case I'd look into things like the Roland GK3 Is there a generally accepted 'best' synth box? I'm only aware of the Roland GR-20, 30, etc. stuff, and the Digitech GNX4. I'm still not 100% sure on the differences between the systems, although the Roland seems to be Midi. If I have a higher end keyboard synth, would it be possible to drive the keyboard synth with the guitar, instead of a keyboard? If this is the case, what would I need? Standard Roland GK-3? Thanks in advance... the questions are a little newbish because I have no experience with midi guitar.