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John Petrucci John Petrucci
Published on 04/29/06 at 11:14
88-key hammer (yes, yes ...)
4 Sliders compltement paramtrables
Pedals can be connected above 5 (2 style EV-5, and 3 switches)
There's also the famous Ribbon you can set option (90euros) Too cool this thing!
32MB Kurzweil sounds, and there is an expansion for the Roma 2 (Vintage Keys)
Simulates Hommond KB3 really ...
2 Multieffects, but there's actually that Rverb the 2nd ... (About 300effects total)
Pitch, modulation and 5 programmable buttons!

In short, all that is necessary, although it's a great keyboard sr matre ...

UTILIZATION

Touch is definitely the highlight ... some find it too lightweight, I find it perfect because if it is to feel like banging a clavinova, 34 times too heavy ...
At least there's no problem to do with organ glissando ...

I find it super simple setup ... everything is clear and logical, APRS matrise 1 week on the 90% of the BTE.

Petit hic ... the manual is in English, so if you know anything about it galre. But if it is usual, no problem

SOUNDS

Kurzweil sounds ... all is said

The piano is just beautiful, to fall backwards ism.
10/10 organs, Sounds Orchestral (ROM1) hyper ralistes
The lead synth is fat ... it is all the same not a triton extreme ;-)

There's "only" 350 sounds, but all beautiful

OVERALL OPINION

Be a little bit expensive, but worth breaking the bank, plus it feels solid!
I am delighted with my purchase ...
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