I'm appealing to your knowledge of the G-600 keyboard in question.
Here's the story: (this will only take 2 or less minutes)
In '98, bought a G-600 at the local music store. Had it but for a few days,
when I visited said store again for other needs, spotted the G-1000.
I immediately fell in love with it. The store owner was gracious enough to
let me exchange the G-600 (price: 2,100.00) for the G-1000 (price: 3,200.00).
After 2 weeks of learning the G-1000, much to my amazement,
the whole keyboard 'froze', after keying in a particular sequence.
I had memorized that sequence, & the same problem kept reoccuring again & again.
Brought it back to the local store & after proving my point, was reimbursed.
I never heard back from the store on the G-1000 glitch.
Went elsewhere for another keyboard.
HOWEVER...please read on..........
In '05, I returned to said local store & after some wheeling & dealing bought back the original ('98)G-600 I had once owned for a few days.
The price: 800.00. It was stored in their basement. Checked it out some, & went home with it. Well, well, well....low & behold when I used the sustain
pedal longer than 3 or 5 seconds, for any sound sequence/selection, the whole keyboard ... you guessed it...'freezes'.
Do you think I brought it back to the store? Nope!
Why? Because the store owner was 'smart' enough to modify the receipt by including 'would be rental costs' should I return the G-600 for any reason.
Unbeknownst to me, he did this.
I still own this keyboard & only want to know if this 'glitch' is reversable.
ANY KEYBOARD WIZARDS OUT THERE??????????????
PLEASE HELP ME OUT! I've emailed proper sources pertinent to the issue at hand, & have gotten 'no response'!