Regarding quailty, I have owned many of both these Japanese guitars and it is a fallacy that the than the Mexican made guitars and rival many of the USA models.
The JV and SQ guitars, as well as some of the E series, had USA parts (mostly pickups, switches, and potentiometers) that were shipped over to Japan to help speed up production while the new USA plant was being set up in Corona, California.
It is designed to provide the motor control functions in a system where a small microcontroller provides the communication interface to a central ECU and intelligent fault and status handling.
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This has been achieved by using PIC microcontroller and carefully designed firmware, written in assembly language.
It was not my intention to design an instrument that already exist and is relatively cheap, like Alesis DM4 or DM5. Because of that, e Drum will not offer any drumkits or sounds.
Mid–1997 the CIJ logo was the only one used on Fender guitars coming out of Japan (with exception the Squire series). I really don’t know, but the MIJ logo Fenders were for the USA market.
USA Fender wanted to stop the import of these guitars to the USA due to firing up their Mexican plant and due to the “too good” quality Japan was creating which competed with the USA models.
It has 22 analog inputs, 2 digital inputs, 22 input gain potentiometers, 4 control buttons, one MIDI out and one serial RS-232 out.
The goal for this design was to use easy to find and cheap electronic components, while maintaining results at the professional levels.
I also wanted the design to be modular and easily expandable.
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