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Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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Martin-Éric Racine a part-timer user from Finland writes:
Slight error in the quoted specs found on your web site: there are 128 ROM patches, plus 64 programable ones.

Otherwise, great synth. Combines the best of Yamaha TX81Z and Roland MKS-50 (e.g. TX edge & MKS analogue warmth). The mono mode works incredibly well on a guitar synth and the VZ-8M's sound cuts well in a mix, especially in a guitar-synth setting. IMHO, this is the best-ever sound module for guitar-synth players.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jun-06-1999 at 07:51
Sean Harrington a part time user from USA writes:
This was a great bargain for me -I purchased it new (close-out model) for $150 (U.S.) It took about a half hour of haggling, but was well worth the effort. I was immediately impressed with the sound capabilities for a unit in this class. It has some excellent preset patches, including the bells, brass, and distortion guitar. The drum effects are not worthy of mention. The display window, as is typical of that era of synth modules, is woefully small. Further, the unit has to be positioned within a narrow range/angle or the illuminated display is completely invisible to the player. Despite the fact that the programming possibilities seem absolutely endless (and accompanied by two, thick programming manuals), the combination of the limited editing menu buttons and tiny display make programming a nightmare.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
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