Synth Site: Korg: MaxiKorg 800DV: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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FLO-M-ATIC a part-timer user from THE REALITY that it (seems) that most(NOT ALL) peo writes:
with 4 OSC.and this thing that KORG called the TRAVELER Must be a 1975 THING. THIS SYNTH IS TOTALLY AWESOME!!!!!the 70"s WARM, FUZZZZY SOUND 100 PERCENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and the wah waH WAHHH WAH WAHHHHH WAH SOUND TOU CANT BEAT IT!!!IF YOU FIND ONE JUST BUY IT THE SOUNDS THAT COME OUT OF THIS SYNTH IS NON MATCHABLE TO THESE NEWER SYNTH'S WHICH ARE GOOD BUT CAN'T MATCH 100 PERCENT THE SOUND OF THE 70'SSSSS

posted Thursday-Sep-30-1999 at 21:36
jim a professional user writes:
the hidden synth i will call it its not really known yet probley because its so rare with the analog freaks which is good because lately i bought one and for the purist analog people its simple the best outpasting the minimoog>in which i sold one for $1500 and payed $400 for the maxipad.i wont really explain. you got to here and operate them both for your self to understand where im comeing from>> but buy a mini pay the stupid price of $1000 or more then luckily if you can find a maxi in which i think is soooo!!much harder to find(it took me 2years just to see one)after a search and destroy mission you will find that the maxi can do what the mini can but with and extra touch if you know what i mean.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-05-1999 at 01:42
James a professional user from CA, USA writes:
I owned a Korg 800DV as my first synth back in the late '70's. I composed on

it and played it live in our &quot;new wave&quot; band. I remember it got chuckles from

the Minimoog keyboardist in a rival band. (It was better than a Mini). It had

a metal or plastic badge that said &quot;MaxiKorg&quot; below the front panel and also

possibly on the back, I can't remember for sure.

It made the most amazing noises and I'm still kicking myself for letting it

go to trade in on a new drumset. (Not many competent drummers were around

in Cincinnati during 1979). It was dead easy to use. It had many sliders and

knobs and they were all different colors. It almost looked like a toy but it

was far from it. If I ever come across another.....IT'S MINE!!!!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:41
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