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" Expander Yamaha 300 Tg"

Yamaha TG300Published on 03/08/13 at 13:48
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It is an expander that contains about 120 sounds for use with midi keyboards.

UTILIZATION

Very simple to use

SOUNDS

Actually it includes beautiful sounds as Electric Piano 1

OVERALL OPINION

More than a year. It is very convenient to carry, however there is no extension possible, this is the only downside of the product. This is a very good value for money!
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Yamaha TG300Published on 06/05/09 at 06:49
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
TECHNICALLY:
Yamaha TG 300. Yamaha TG 300.
Sound module - 456 awm sounds - 9 drum kits - large screen - 32 channels polyphony
The sounds are similar to the SY85 and TG500
Input / Output Analog Audio
IN / OUT MIDI .....

Fully editable its Effect etc. ...

UTILIZATION

Easy to use, the screen is pleasant to work trais ...

SOUNDS

Sound module - 456 awm sounds - 9 drum kits - large screen - 32 channels polyphony
The sounds are similar to the SY85 and TG500

The sounds are very nice, as always there are good surprises on this type of machine ...
tablecloths, piano, are very interesting .... drum, bass pleasant as well ....

OVERALL OPINION

I have used for 6 years
......
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TECHNICALLY:
Yamaha TG 300. Yamaha TG 300.
Sound module - 456 awm sounds - 9 drum kits - large screen - 32 channels polyphony
The sounds are similar to the SY85 and TG500
Input / Output Analog Audio
IN / OUT MIDI .....

Fully editable its Effect etc. ...

UTILIZATION

Easy to use, the screen is pleasant to work trais ...

SOUNDS

Sound module - 456 awm sounds - 9 drum kits - large screen - 32 channels polyphony
The sounds are similar to the SY85 and TG500

The sounds are very nice, as always there are good surprises on this type of machine ...
tablecloths, piano, are very interesting .... drum, bass pleasant as well ....

OVERALL OPINION

I have used for 6 years
What I like most is its simplicity, its half-rack format and document realistic sounds, because the release date for this machine has something to surprise some of them yet ....

I wanted to use it to kick in the studio and I still use it today in the mid-expander expander racks ...

At today's prices if you looked a little expander that helps out a Swiss army knife style is a very good compromise ....
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: TG300
  • Category: Digital Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 07/07/2002

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