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Solton ARRANGER PLUS

Keyboard Arranger from Solton

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Solton ARRANGER PLUSPublished on 08/27/05 at 07:49
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Three-octave keyboard, touch heavy.
3 audio outputs: general, amplified bass rhythms and separated. Expression pedals: 3 simultaneous Volume pedal connector 7 pin, + start / stop function, filling / intro / ending, the other 5 pins used to control the tone 7 th, 7th m, 5 +, etc ... and finally making a parallel pedalboard. MIDI in, out, thru.
Sound: 4 banks of 40 presets and 80 arrangements, all different (the banks are Eproms 2,3,4). The rhythm section consists of 16 PCM instruments. 64 basic rhythms + 120 Eprom. The rhythm programming can be done via MIDI. Two possible arrangements, A and B, appropriate pace. Low: 3 types of bass: double bass, bass guitar, el. bass, organ flutes...…
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Three-octave keyboard, touch heavy.
3 audio outputs: general, amplified bass rhythms and separated. Expression pedals: 3 simultaneous Volume pedal connector 7 pin, + start / stop function, filling / intro / ending, the other 5 pins used to control the tone 7 th, 7th m, 5 +, etc ... and finally making a parallel pedalboard. MIDI in, out, thru.
Sound: 4 banks of 40 presets and 80 arrangements, all different (the banks are Eproms 2,3,4). The rhythm section consists of 16 PCM instruments. 64 basic rhythms + 120 Eprom. The rhythm programming can be done via MIDI. Two possible arrangements, A and B, appropriate pace. Low: 3 types of bass: double bass, bass guitar, el. bass, organ flutes with three modes (8 '4' 2 ') and finally Chord sections 1 & 2.
Full MIDI is from 1 to 16, each of the six sections of cannal a different choice.

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is simple. The original manual has become difficult to find ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it very little, as it is for a solo, which occurs in the piano bar, cafes filled with holidaymakers in the evening on the coast.
But it has the sound that you completely bluffing!
It is mainly a collector's item, rare and unknown.
The look wonderful, typical of the early 80s, metal, blue livery, heavy weight.
I did this completely renovated, there are ten years in Piermaria, homage is rendered to him!
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  • Manufacturer: Solton
  • Model: ARRANGER PLUS
  • Category: Keyboard Arrangers
  • Added in our database on: 01/11/2004

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Other names: arranger plus, arrangerplus

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