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Korg Pa300
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Keyboard Arranger from Korg belonging to the Pa series.

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  • pasnopasno

    a killer

    Korg Pa300Published on 07/19/14 at 07:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello everyone,

    Magnificent arranger that can compete with the bigger.
    Sounds great beauty.
    + Robust, the styles are very very good and beautiful guitars.
    For the price this is the class.

    UTILIZATION

    Very clear and easy to use.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Magnificent arranger that can compete with the bigger.
    Sounds great beauty.
    + Robust, the styles are very very good and beautiful guitars.
    For the price this is the class.
    I own the Korg i30, pa 50 sd, it is in the line.
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    Hello everyone,

    Magnificent arranger that can compete with the bigger.
    Sounds great beauty.
    + Robust, the styles are very very good and beautiful guitars.
    For the price this is the class.

    UTILIZATION

    Very clear and easy to use.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Magnificent arranger that can compete with the bigger.
    Sounds great beauty.
    + Robust, the styles are very very good and beautiful guitars.
    For the price this is the class.
    I own the Korg i30, pa 50 sd, it is in the line.
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  • fafadu49fafadu49

    sound symphony at your fingertips!

    Korg Pa300Published on 06/21/14 at 14:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    pa 300 keyboard 61 keys synthé.il type has 2 usb sockets.
    it 125 effect types, 950 sonoritées very high quality, 310 styles in 4 variations, 3 fill in, 3 intros and ending 3.
    sounds and styles are unfortunately not editable, like a classic synth.

    UTILIZATION

    the manual is very clear, not very thick.
    very good configuration

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for Tuesday, June 17, 2014.
    I had a yamaha psr 400, a roland e-35, a korg ix 300 and a korg pa 50SD.
    accompaniments of 300 pa are more complex than those of pa 50.c is wonderful! ... or try the headphone on a sono.les Latin styles are styles tomber.les dance / techno are realistic (as opposed to 50 pa .) jazz, rock,…
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    pa 300 keyboard 61 keys synthé.il type has 2 usb sockets.
    it 125 effect types, 950 sonoritées very high quality, 310 styles in 4 variations, 3 fill in, 3 intros and ending 3.
    sounds and styles are unfortunately not editable, like a classic synth.

    UTILIZATION

    the manual is very clear, not very thick.
    very good configuration

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for Tuesday, June 17, 2014.
    I had a yamaha psr 400, a roland e-35, a korg ix 300 and a korg pa 50SD.
    accompaniments of 300 pa are more complex than those of pa 50.c is wonderful! ... or try the headphone on a sono.les Latin styles are styles tomber.les dance / techno are realistic (as opposed to 50 pa .) jazz, rock, funk ... 310 styles at your fingertips!
    for 880 euros, for a range of input that is given.
    yes I do it again this choice without hesitation
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