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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Brian Andrew Marek a professional user from the United States of Generica writes:
Holy smoke! That was the first keyboard I ever owned, and now I wanna get another! As I recall, some of the functions were going bad on mine before I threw it out. I always thought it was pretty cool - a little more programmable and tweakable than the average mid '80's Casio. Probably why I got it in the first place... cheesy-ass sounds, naturally, but I would do crazy things like put the organ sound through a fuzz box for "instant Deep Purple". I don't know how good it really is; just brings back warm, fuzzy childhood (more like adolescent, really) memories...

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-01-2001 at 13:47
makingbabies a hobbyist user writes:
If it were not for my best mate buying one of these fantastic machines back in 85, I would never have discovered music. I have it now, and it is in perfect working order. 80s-tastic.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-12-2001 at 12:00
Buel F. Rawlings a part-time user from USA writes:
The MT-68 has the best sound in the MT series. I use this board if I need a crisp, clear, and definitely '80s sounding notes. The best thing to do is run this keyboard through a good amp- it will shock your brain.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-09-2001 at 15:22
analogique from France writes:
I have a MT-65 that fits exactly your description. It is not easy to "circuit bend". The included analog preset drum machine is especially cool, and inside you will find a lot of trimpots to control snare, bd, toms, etc... The rest of the sound generation seems digital to me. Buy it under 20 USD.

posted Friday-Nov-24-2000 at 04:55
David a hobbyist user from Silver Spring, MD writes:
Heck, I did the review on the front page, I might as well do the first review. So for that, see the front page. I'm glad I found an MT-68 again; it sits atop a DX11 and a JP-8000 on a triple-tier stand. Of all the Casiotones ever produced, this probably is the most attractive, with knobs, sliders and lots of buttons on its small, but efficient chassis. Kind of reminds me of a brown TB-303.

Since it is battery-powered, this leaves the option open to CIRCUIT BEND it, transforming it into a starship from the Orion Nebula, capable of emitting zebra phlegm with the touch of a button.

Hope you aren't eating lunch when this occurs.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-09-2000 at 12:10
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