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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Samuel Harrison a hobbyist user from U.K. writes:
Cool thing. Its suprising what you can do with an F.X. box and a bit of mouldy circuit board in a box. Mine cost me three quid and I love it.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-14-2004 at 17:17
Bob H. a part-time user from US of A writes:
I think they had The Doors in mind when they designed this one. The Casiotone MT-68 is just amaising! I think this is one that Ray Manzerick (The Doors) would've been proud of. It's like a Farfisa and a Fender Rhodes Piano-Bass all wrapped up in one. I've played it with the left-hand bass function and the "Pipe Organ" setting and Wham... Instant Doors! I actually play this out on gigs and people are really impressed about how autentic it sounds... just like The Doors! Of course, the other sounds it has are pretty good too, but I haven't heard a cheapie keyboard such as this, sound more like the classic Farfisa. Now I'm look'n for another MT-68 for a back up. The MT-68 gets top billing in this case.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-08-2003 at 04:02
Vaughan a hobbyist user from Australia writes:
This keyboard has some suprisingly good quality sounds when compared to other casio keyboards from the 80's. The drum sounds are analogue and there some very good cheesey organ sounds (though some of those sounds go by different names). Am I stretching it to say that the Pipe Organ sound has a wiff of Farfisa about it? Well possibly, but it sounds great with distortion! It seems that Yo La Tengo use one of these. I'm not a fan so I'm not sure, but a friend was playing a CD of theirs and one of the songs began with the unmistakable sound of the rock beat from this keyboard! But then, I know that there is another model that comes in a wooden cabinet (not sure of the model number) that has pretty much the same features and sounds as this one. The wooden one sells for a lot more, but it looks a lot nicer. A friend paid $40 Australian for this about ten years ago and it's still going strong. He's given it to me now (yipee!).

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-11-2003 at 15:41
Paul Davies a professional user from United Kingdom writes:
The first keyboard I owned as a child and I still love it despite working with triton's and XV5080's nowadays.

Way ahead of its time and capable of some good sounds.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-01-2003 at 22:32
chris bullock a part-time user from hampton bays,ny writes:
i picked this up at a thrift shop. it is well worth it. the sounds are creepy and ethereal. i have not found these sounds anywhere else on an old keyboard. i still use it obsessively.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-30-2002 at 19:02
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