|Synth Site: Korg: SG Pro X: User reviews Add review|
|Average rating: 4.1 out of 5|
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|ElectricEye a part-time user from USA writes:|
I've had my SG-ProX for several months and I concur with comments regarding it's thin upper end. As a controller however, it works prefectly and I love the action on this thing! The pads stack up nicely to my analog stack and compliment that grittiness with clean digital sound. I got mine for an excellent price- $600 on eBay and although the Roland A90 is great, you can't beat the bang for the buck in this case!
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Sep-11-2001 at 01:29|
|wilyjanto from indonesia writes:|
I've just try the SG1 pro X for a music concert from my church... it so great that I wish I had one for my self. I love the action and the piano sound is great. one day I wish I could have it.
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Apr-19-2000 at 14:30|
|Tony Campoa a professional user from US of A writes:|
I really like the SGx/Pro overall. It's has GREAT and easy midi implementation. The Non-Piano sounds are really outstanding, with a nice assortmant. The only sound lacking is a strong Brass/Reed patch, otherwise really cool. I''s relativly light, 53 lbs. The action is Nice....Thats all I'm gonna say about it. If you can play , you can play.......! I hate to be so blunt about the action. It's so subjective. We all have to practice anyway...... !
I Like the piano sound. I call it atmospheric yet solid. The low end is nice and the mid range is nice. The upper register does get thin at volume. I have had to layer the unit for guitar dense rock gigs with alot of frequency cancelling going on. The Clavs are really nice with effects on. The user interface is one of the best aspects of the unit....really,really easy to do what winds up being muck more complicated and buried on other controllers. I gave it a four because of the thin compressed high end on the otherwise brillant piano sounds.
All in all, a great piece of gear I will probably have until I die........just based on ease of use and the quality and assortment of the non-piano sounds (and not to shabby Piano).
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-04-1999 at 17:02|
|Don a professional user from USA writes:|
Started using this a few weeks ago. I agree, for the most part, with the review. Although I think, feel wise, my Fatar SL880 wins hands down over anything made today. The Korg can really 'shout' in the low end, but the upper register is a little wimpy when the volume is up there. In quiet passages, though, the upper reg. is very realistic and musical. The EPs are pretty good, especially "Dyno Bell" and the Wurlitzer. Great controller features, and the 5 band EQ is handy. What is with the constantly flashing program number, though? Is korg just trying to irritate us?
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-08-1999 at 03:17|
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