This is the latest marvel at Roland ...
Finally it was the last wonder of Roland in 1988. Oh yes it is still a yawn.
I bought the product couple of days ago, so obviously of Cygnus, in the heading of "Sasfépu".
We regret the quality of the time, almost thirty years, no key hs, the volume knob crachouille not even. Exceptional condition.
This is the version of expander E20 arranger keyboard, sound synthesis is like the "D" series, remember the D50.
It has 128 tones with a maximum polyphony of 32.
Here you will not play sounds with the algorithms are not editable. If the piano sound a little fun as it looks more like the marimba, you also sounds okay we must choose that's all.
Arranger side with an internal 32 styles change, a party chord, bass and drums.
Rock types still sounds pretty, it is a good disco delirium on the fate and if grandpa accordion pass him a lil tango, you will see a Mamy écrasser ch'tit tear.
Otherwise it's the classic STAR / STOP, INTRO / ENDING, BREAK, FILL IN
Function recorder (sequencer) 3 songs.
3 taken beefy pedal connector external MIDI 4, jack unbalanced output jack 6.35 L (mono) and R, headphone jack, jack unbalanced input jack 6.35 L (mono) and R, DC in power, insertion slot of optional boards.
The use of the manual is almost optional, one can nevertheless find it on internet for free at Roland. Thank you this is not any brand that provides support for their products sold there are over 25 years!
It is the use that I think this box to its place again for a "beef", scraping thirty seconds after you leave something listenable.
To practice the guitar as it is, there's arrangements plate on the sequencer, we created a backtrack to exercise.
I bought this little expander, arranger Roland, to enjoy my keypad Berhinger UMX 610.
Because for 400 balls (I know I still have my roros converted into "balls"), I can make me happy. You plug, you play ...
In conclusion if you find at cheap, it's still a good little tool if you do not want to bother to program.
This is not revolutionary but with that you can spend good times ... What else!