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  • Yamaha GENOS

    Yamaha GENOS - "Genos, the magnificent" has images


    I’ve been the happy owner of this keyboard for a little over a month now. The Genos is now the core of my studio, I write music for events (e.g. soundtracks) as well as for my own pleasure in an Electro/Chill genre. I quit my previous "100% in-the-b…

  • Yamaha PSS-170

    Yamaha PSS-170 - "Great sound in a toy keyboard"


    This keyboard is definitely for a beginner player, yet it has some great features compared to other PSS keyboards. It is polyphonic up to 8keys, which is all dependent on which sounds and effects are used. Some of the organ sounds can be used to up t…

  • Casio PT-30

    Casio PT-30 - "Mainly a great songwriting tool."


    Every review I see of the Casio PT30 (including the ones on this site) seem to miss the point of this brilliant little instrument. It was mainly marketed at the time as an aid to songwriting. This is because you can input (or "record") a melody into …

  • Roland E-09

    Roland E-09 - "An entry level keyboard with very sound arguments"


    Main specs: Keyboard: 61 keys (with velocity) Maximum Polyphony: 64 voices Tones: 614 + 256 (GM2), Drum Sets: 61 + 9 (GM2) => can’t be either modified or edited Effects: Multi-FX: 47 types, Reverb: 8 types, Chorus: 8 types => fx quantity …

  • Yamaha PSS-795

    Yamaha PSS-795 - "buy"


    какова цена на ваш синтезатор? в каком он состоянии? работает нормально? клавиши целые? кнопки не повредились? как будет с доставкой? откуда вы? напишите мне на почту what is the price of your synthesizer ? in which he is ab…

  • Fame G 2000

    Fame G 2000 - "Excellent value for money, very complete featurewise and nice sounds"


    - For which specific applications or uses have you chosen this product and in which context do you currently use it? I essentially played the keyboard in a piano/organ band, so without the arranger. For that purpose O own a Korg X3 and Korg Kross. …

  • Roland E-15

    Roland E-15 - "My first and only!" has images


    I bought this keyboard while I was still in high-school (1990 or so). Yt apparently did not become "available' until the early 90's, but in Canada, I am sure I was one of the first users. The keyboard split is brilliant, and I just played a gig with…

  • Technics SX-KN7000

    Technics SX-KN7000 - "This Technics SX-KN7000 has a great sound"


    This Technics SX-KN7000 Keyboard has a great sound to it. It has 1236 instrumental sounds on it and 286 rhythms. I play along with some of the songs on the radio I looked around at some other instruments. but liked this one the best. The only thing i…

  • Roland BK-9

    Roland BK-9 - "16 tracks sequencer is useless and other bugs"


    After I bought this keyboard, I thought it would be good. But it was not. The sounds are good, and that's all that is good. I thought the 16 tracks Sequencer would be perfect, but no. You can not record in the same key transpose that you have selec…

  • Casio CT-700

    Casio CT-700 - "I own the Casio CT-700 61 key keyboard"


    I have a Casio CT-700 61 key keyboard. I enjoy playing this keyboard and fun to play on. The only drawback is that it has a 12 note polyphony in which the note drop out when I use the sustain pedal. It has 99 rhythms, and 99 instrumental sounds. The…