|Synth Site: casio: ct615: User reviews Add review|
|Average rating: 2.3 out of 5|
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|Edwin Taylor a hobbyist user from USA writes:|
I purchased the CT-615 a number of years ago, I have a Allen Organ, I bought 15 years ago. I can't play the pedals because of arthritis, I get a lot of enjoyment playing the CT-615 and the many sounds on this keyboard. I would like to know of other Casio's. Thanks, elt
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-May-05-2003 at 21:47|
|Justin Havu a part-time user from USA writes:|
I used to use a CT615 in my rig. I kinda like to use the Tone Bank function to combine the Piano and E. Piano sounds for a mellow sound. The CT-370 is exactly like this board, but it's a 49-note version. I upgraded to a CT-640: more sounds, bigger tonebank, stereo speakers, and MIDI.
|Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Sep-10-2002 at 18:39|
|Nick Translation a part-time user from Chicago, IL writes:|
Bitchin' Casiotone. Cheesy sounds, whoever thought of that tone bank crap's an idiot. Kid wants a first keyboard? Buy an XP-10 instead.
I own a Juno-60 but still use this thing for its kitsch factor now and again.
Oddly enough, if you buy a Yamaha sustain pedal and plug 'er in, the Casio will sustain by default and play normally when you depress the pedal. Guess Casio knew how to keep people from buying Yamaha products.
You can get a pretty fat brass/strings if you hold down four octaves of one note and flange it.
You can get some realistic instrument sounds if you distort it:
Flute and Jazz Guitar heavily fuzzed sounds like a fuzzed Rhodes Piano.
I will never part with my CT, mainly because nobody would ever buy it.
|Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-17-1999 at 01:42|
|Teflon Septum a part-timer user from Brooklyn, NY writes:|
I had this thing, got it as an Xmas present. Had some *decent* sounds. Definitely happier w/ the DW8000 when I got that! :)
|Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-18-1999 at 12:54|
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