Synth Site: BOSS: DR-55 Dr.Rhythm: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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Dr. Fatmeat a hobbyist user from Colorado writes:
My mom bought me a DR-55 at a garage sale for 10 bucks. Smart mom. I love the sound but would love info on mods and maybe a manual

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Dec-18-2000 at 03:30
gear freak a hobbyist user from u ace writes:
I have to admit the DR-55 looks like something you would buy from Toys R Us these days and the limited sounds and features will scare alot of people away>>BUT little do they know you can get some catchy beats!! and run The Boss thru Effects the unit sounds like a Million bucks HONESTLY!!For the price if not free you would be a fool not to play around with one.Judge for your self

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Apr-15-2000 at 23:05
JAckEm a hobbyist user writes:
this little box is freaking awesome has a sound all its own to bad theres only a handful.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-15-1999 at 15:29
KREDIT writes:
got it to sync to my SP12, ill fucking combo.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-07-1999 at 01:10
Stefan a professional user from Germany writes:
A great machine! This is the key to the birth of synth-pop. The Dr-55 was extensivly used by heroes like Depeche Mode (in their very early days, documented on a live-bootleg from 1980, before "Speak and Spell"), early Anne Clark, Chris Carter, New Order (check out "Truth"), Sisters of Mercy (first Singles), Nine Circles... It was my first drummachine and I used to be very impressed by its sound. I had no mix in these days so I plugged it into an bass-amp: Very harsh sound! I think it can be best compared to a CR-78. Because its all analogue one might suggest to trigger the bass and snare by an external drumpad, just like Kraftwerk did. Its a shame that my own DR-55 is retired - Its broken since years. But I'll get it fixed someday. So if you find one, don't hesitate. It's a MUST.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Oct-21-1999 at 04:34
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