Synth Site: Boss: DR-110 Dr Rhythm Graphic: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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adam jay a hobbyist user from usa writes:
don't have one but my main man ROB bought one in MUSEUM condition at the local pawn shop for $80 he mods analogue's so naturally he tinkered with it 2 weeks later - the thing was sounding like a phat juicy 808 i think he put like $60 worth of knobs on a mod box on it and now the thing sounds like what people are paying $800 for(808) i don't do any modding, but from what i could tell that he did to this little plastic 5 incher - it's a modder's DREAM. i mean IT REALLY SOUNDS GOOD when modified. probably #2 to the 606 in ease of modifying. and you can't beat the price. heck - most of the stuff you hear today is modded anyways. have fun with this little thing, and don't bash it for its simplicity that's the essence of it

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Apr-07-1999 at 14:41
marty a hobbyist user from the US writes:

i've never seen one of these before, but i knew they existed. i just never knew how beautiful they were.

agh. drool...

just look at those pads. just in case you didn't know what the hell a snare drum was. or better yet, look, two hands for the "clap" graphic.

"duh...what does clap mean?"

but i suppose illiterates would assume it's an applause button?

whatever, this thing is a beautiful piece of boss. i want one bad.

posted Friday-Mar-05-1999 at 07:48
N. Lohr a part-timer user from usa writes:
got it for $80 at a pawn shop. the closed high hat dont work when i trigger the pad, but it does work when playing back a pattern....hhmmmmmmmmmm. the bass drum is truely weak sounding crap. but overall its easy to use. too bad there isnt any kind of editing for the sounds, stuck with presets. oh well. does anyone know where i can pick up a midi retrofit for it???

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Dec-11-1998 at 09:58
Brian from USA writes:
WOW! This drum machine sounds better then my 808.. (except the kick :()

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-03-1998 at 13:13
Scott A. Sundberg a hobbyist user from USA writes:
This was also my first drum machine...way back in '83. Great fun and great sounds! The sync feature works well if you have a machine that will use it. Ran a Roland SH-101 with it. Ended up selling mine a few years later and ran through a whole bunch of other things 'til I sold 'em all. Two years ago I found another DR-110 for only 30 bucks! Had to get it. The only equipment I have now is a Korg Micro-Preset and the DR-110. Lots of noise in the basement!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:35
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