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Roland Fantom G6
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Roland Fantom G6

Workstation from Roland belonging to the Fantom series.

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heybulldog heybulldog

«  excellent keyboard versatile »

Publié le 12/23/12 à 01:41
Workstation synth 61 keys

UTILIZATION

simpler configuration than other wokstations but still too sharp, it can be simpler and more ergonomic use seen that the majority of people do.
This says to use just keyboard (without using the audio input), it will.
The manual is not clear at all uncommon in Roland.

SOUNDS

sounds are all oriented styles, but of course the modern sounds are bluffing and configurations.

OVERALL OPINION

Only 15 days. I like the all in one branch where his voice and keyboard playing time. That said must cling to understand the logic of the effects section! It's like a pro studio in there, it is useless for a keyboard I think.

But hey, competition is worse, this is the time all in all, well today we bought a handheld computer to phone, so ... LOL!
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