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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Kenneth R Joyce a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I like to compare the Rapman to a speedy locamotive, because it is unstopable. You name it: fat bass, cool beats, and a fake turntable...unstopable. I only wish it had MIDI so I could run it on the same clock with my other stuff.

Does anybody think it would be cool if the Casio caught on to the current trends and made a "DJ Master"? I was thinking of a unit with an onboard tape player and an effects section (drumpads and turntable like the Rapman plus some new stuff), and a cross-fader between the two. That would be hours of fun.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-30-2000 at 14:23
viz a part-time user from us writes:
There are five steps to unleashing the full power of the mighty Rapman:

1. Get a Boss Xtortion guitar pedal. 2. Put the Rapman through the Xtortion and into your mixer. 3. Dial up patch 31 - Elec Bass. 4. Play a fast, low bass riff. 5. Buy a new subwoofer.

Somehow the Rapman and SK-1 (at least!) put out monster bass... they are the most professional instruments you will ever buy.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-27-2000 at 17:44
Matt S. from US writes:
LONG LIVE THE RAPMAN...Actually I always called it the rapmaster. This holds an affectionate place in the hearts of my friends and I. We have a band that exclusively uses bargain basement casios and the voice FX are so handy for that big ol 6 ft 10 brotha voice that ever song really needs! Just put it on rap mode and you'll quickly realise that the jingles are all based on real old school songs. DOPE!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-22-1999 at 04:42
Robert Rada a professional user from US writes:
Pick this one up for about ten bucks. You'll love it! Seriously, that turntable is a blast, even though it's just as useful as pressing a button. I play with my friend's rapman all the time. If you plan on being the next big Bungalow Records clubpop hit, well, this baby's got those cheesy sounds you'd just love to sample. Plus they're nice and thin!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-11-1999 at 10:35
travis a part-timer user from USA writes:
i found this beauty last year in a beat-up box on a bottom shelf at Walmart. Price=8 bucks. Holy crap. I couldn't pass it up. -It had kids in Hammer pants on the front. When I started using it, I loved it immediately. It's great to use as a metronome to write with. I love it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-26-1999 at 01:38
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