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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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LoHr from usa writes:
has some great bass sound. can be used in euro dance/trance or ebm/electro. forget about this being a TB-303 clone, cause it DOES suck for that, but as a single osc analog mono synth it sounds good. nice clean deep bass's. the filter sound VERY good by the way. prolly one of the best filters ive ever heard.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-01-2003 at 12:31
rezononce from UK writes:
these things go for £100 SH and make for a good value for money bass synth - there is a small mod which requires some basic soldering that allows you to get the bass to go very deep. limited sounds and shite midi spec but its fat sounding and cheap!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-21-2000 at 09:15
DLMorley from Germany writes:
Someone mentioned it doesn't stay in tune. Well, that's it's VCO for you! All the others use DCO's hence why this one is FAT and LOW. I'm glad it doesn't sound like a TB303.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-17-1999 at 09:19
BAZZ a part-time user from HOLLAND writes:
I have one of these and it's NOT a TB 303 emulator!!!What it's really good at is just Basses and arpeggio's.I often make 16th note basslines with it and add a tempo-delay in stereo.. This make the bassline fatter... The resonance is really weird on this thing.But I think every DB9 is different. PS; open it up and tweak the potmeters inside!!!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-16-1999 at 11:18
Gunnar Westlund from Sweden writes:
Don´t buy this one, and if you already did you´ve been had. It sounds NOTHING lika a 303 ( wich was in fact it´s selling-argument initially ). The slide is like half a mile to long to be anything close to usable, and it has to be put in afterwards with control-messages or with a pedal. It has a really crappy design and I´ve had it back to the shop two times and it has only been sitting in my rack. I could hardly get rid of the bugger. The shops didn´t even look at it. It was like " Yes, the Deep I´m sorry" It does make a quite pleasant sub-bass though and if you rip the top panel off, you can adjust the little screws in there and get the filter to self-oscillate. It only works on some machines though. I don´t know why but when I got it back from the shop the second time I could do it but not before. Take this as a warning, get rid of it now before it starts to fall to pieces. Does yours stay in tune, I thought not! For pure acid check out the MB-33 from german company MAM. Close enough to a 303 and has a much more natural interface. Slides are accomplished by playing legato and accents by hitting hard on the keyboard ( that you have attached, it´s a module too ). Peace.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-01-1999 at 20:11
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