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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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ROBO SILVEROID from Melbourne, Australia writes:
'Rapman' has a baaaaad attitude (I'm sure Mr.T would have played one had he the opportunity). Rapman is also popular with the ladies. You be lovin' cookin' on rapman's boogie 365 days of the year. Rapman is the fuckin shit. Pumpin' up the Jams with Rapman can only lead to Pepsi Max Extremes...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Aug-31-2002 at 06:09
DJJD a hobbyist user writes:
I bought the RAP-10 (the keyboard-less) version about 9 mos ago or so for $15 bucks new off e-bay. I swear I heard that scratch sound on a commercial.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jul-07-2002 at 17:13
Visigoth a part-time user from USA writes:
I love this keyboard its got some creapy sounds and I love the voice effector. I heard the beats were based on real songs what are some of the songs on there?

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-04-2001 at 15:57
Martin trischler a hobbyist user from austria writes:
I remember when I was young and this thing was new.(i think it was 1990 ).One Year ago I bought these cheap from a friend.My favorite beat is hiphop 2 (i think-this is the beat that is also available as "house") I tried to connect another Mic but that failed.its funny with the voice effector, the scratchdial and the 3 pads.Cool for Frestyle-raps

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Aug-26-2000 at 06:58
Bob Yorker a hobbyist user from The Frozen Remote Tundras of Australia writes:
The Casio Rapman is a mighty mighty tool.

Let's break it down.

30 preset cheesy beats(Including, count them, 2 renditions of 'Funky Cole Medina'), tempo control, 3 modes of operation (Off, Play and Rap)plus 25 tone banks including such anthemic classics as Ambulance, Car Horn and Emergency Alarm. Durable plastic scratch wheel that functions in the push and drag modes, plus 3 punch buttons for rocking real time beats from an amazing selection of 2 banks of 3 noises. But wait, did someone say "Vocal Effects"!!! There's an amazing 5 settings to the Voice Effector, tweaking the 3.5mm input microphone to it's utmost limit. 3.5mm output plus the economic 5 AA battery power option. As long as you don't pay more than about $10 you have a bargain on your hands, and a piece of motoring history too dammit. Chicks will DIG you, walking down the street sporting your sleek stylish Rapman, on your shoulder, busting dope freestyles in the amply sized microphone. Also great for picnics, barbeques and extended family gatherings.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jul-16-2000 at 12:16
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