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Tom.Saouz Tom.Saouz

« Good vintage sounds »

Publié le 06/28/10 à 06:37
49-key keyboard,&nbsp;polyphonic
20 tone sounds and 12 rhythm styles, with 4 bass/chord patterns.5-band equalizer (350hz - 10khz) as shown on right in photo.
Effects: Tremolo, Reverb and Sustain
Controllers: Pitch/tuning knob on back (next to line out/power jack) helps to control pitch or tune.
Connections: Output: Mini jack RCA jack, headphone jack. Power: AC: 7.5 jack, DC: 5 D size batteries.

UTILIZATION

Simple setup, easy to play.
No editing sounds, basic 5-band equalizer.
No manual because I bought it used.

SOUNDS

Vintage sounds (Casio sounds) in a keyboard, which I use mainly for practice as a portable,
but not in the studio unless you want that effect.
Keys are not velocity-sensitive.
Mostly sounds unrealistic except for the trumpet sound.

OVERALL OPINION

I have had it for 2 weeks and it is used for to me to compose. In rather good condition, good quality-to-price ratio. I'd say that it was a good deal.

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