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Turning your guitar into a synth

So I've recently really gotten into new wave synthy type music. Realizing I will never be able to play the piano I kinda had a desire to make my guitar sound like an actual synth. Most synths I see for guitars are more like emulators and sound pretty ****ty. I'm willing to pay an okay amount of money to make my guitar sound like an actual synthesizer.
Kinda something like a Roland GR 707/700
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