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Korg MaxiKorg 800 DV
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Korg MaxiKorg 800 DV

Analog Synth from Korg .

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Published on 06/16/12 at 16:55
duophonic its insured fabulous big time travel provided

UTILIZATION

Use a bit unusual but very simple commands to start up you can go from one sound to another on stage with a little practice

SOUNDS

70es typed it only looks like these brothers 700S and 700
very soft and grainy filter and bawling through the ring modulator

OVERALL OPINION

I had two at one time, ONE ME stolen by some JULIAN CROSS NANTES I research since 2004 (also if you have information I'm interested) this man has abused my kindness for me strip my 800DV I had for years (plus other material by the way) I made the mistake of selling the second was a good friend of Paris thinking that I could retrieve the first
since I have a 700S that I love and remember the good times spent with my 800DV
a synth that is unlike no other, a must-have with MS20 and PS of the same brand
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