I don’t know if this forum is the right thing, because it’s really any other software forum, of software synths that emulates sounds of the past.
But since I think that there’ are a lot more guitarists trying out the MG-2 they MAY have had some experience with the ancient analog guitar synth from Roland, the GR-300. It has/had a special “turkish trumpet” sound that was frequently used by Pat Metheny, Robert Fripp, et al, in the 80s.
Thanks to its ramped phase locked loop waveforms it didn’t guess, the notes, and as such was one of the more playable guitar synths of the time, although limited in waveforms. Now, most people say “any freeware synth with a sawtooth waveform will do” but I do not agree with them. The difference between GR-300 and all others, is that in the front end of the note, the initial transient attack, there’s a “grit spit” similar to someone playing the trumpet, that when the note “is struck, blown” the very very first part is like something it can’t track and always interpret it as a “grit spit”. This was dynamically sensitive too on the GR-300 and if you played legato lines it was gone, but when you hit it with the pick attack, that peculiar and - very - unique “spit” came forward.
I wonder if there’s any VSTi plugin out there you can use which mimicks this one down to a tee? I’ve tried Zebra from U-he but it doesn’t really cut it. And loads of others, like Korgs legacy collection and so on and it seems very hard to produce that peculiar and “cheesy” sound. Many people hates it, but I think it’s full of balls.