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Korg Pa3X 76
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Korg Pa3X 76

Keyboard Arranger from Korg belonging to the Pa series.

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«  A little disappointing »

Published on 08/12/13 at 02:17
Good features, complete instrument.
Found in the PA2X improved but the game is not worth the effort (€ 3400 anyway)

UTILIZATION

Some parts are less practical than the other news PA2X provide some +

OVERALL OPINION

6 months PA3X already one back for service and lots of bugs (freeze it)! even after updates to the OS!
Some incompatibility noon with the PA2X Management (sustains)
Both the transition to PA1X PA2X was exciting except LEDS, so the transition to PA2X PA3X is not ... With experience, I do not have that choice and would rather party to another brand ...
Maybe to Ketron and Roland (BK-9, cheaper) that warmer and real sounds and styles in my opinion (of course)!
For now, globally (excluding sounds and styles) a disappointment unless KORG finally book an OS version that actually make corrections and new
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