|Synth Site: Korg: Triton LE: User reviews Add review|
|Average rating: 4.7 out of 5|
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|Mary a professional user from USA writes:|
I purchased my LE61 on EBAY for $300 it was a steal! I absolutely love this board. Its drums, strings, horns and bass are massive. I truly enjoy playing this bad boy. Not to mention the piano and keys on this board are not at all disappointing, they do the trick if you know how to put it down!!
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Apr-28-1010 at 17:54|
|Anthony Bennett a part-time user from usa writes:|
This is my 2nd comment about this great board. People tell me that the Motif is the better board, maybe so. But for the money, give me the Triton Le. Had it about a year and a half and still have not mastered this great piece of equipment. Korg really put some muscle into this board. Greatest sounding electric guitar I've ever heard. No matter how old this board gets, it gets better. Maybe in another year I might be able to say that I've got it mastered. High five Korg
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-27-099 at 14:47|
|synthaddict a hobbyist user from uk writes:|
Just bought one of these off ebay. This is great versatile, and powerful synth / Workstation. It's the best synth I've ever owned. I love it.
It looks and sounds great, the sounds, pads, and strings are really good for all styles, but, the pianos are a let down,I cant understand why Korg didn't do a better job. I much prefer Roland pianos patches.
For me, I found it, easier than a lot of synths to use, and I love the sequencer. There's enough incredible sounds, to scare the neighbours, ( Not recommended).and keep you busy for quite a while. The Drums are excellent too.
The Casing is alloy, But,the ends, are made of a cheap plastic, that I presume would break, dint, and scratch easily. why on earth did Korg do this, to keep costs down I suppose, Im not sure how it would stand up to giging. Wonder what the other Tritons in the range are like ?. Korgs are either Built like tanks and weigh a tonne, or, not so robust.
I'm not too keen on the power supply connection, not the old standard. A minimalist front panel with knobs like on my old Korg Z1. It has the add on sampler option.
There a real bargain buy. and so I'm led to believe, they have basically, the same presets as It's big brothers. It is light weight, the key action, not too bad. The easiest workstation I've ever had to use, and great for writing songs on. Grab one while you can. Ill never part with mine.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jun-15-088 at 09:58|
|shawn a hobbyist user from us writes:|
just bought a used triton le 88 key and i'm quite satisfied. it has some of the best pad and strings sounds i've heard from rompler. i'm not crazy about all the cheezy preset beats but you don't have to use what you don't need. it has a very solid feeling keyboard and sturdy casing, although buttons are a bit more on the economy side. like any workstation you are unfamiliar with there will be a learning curve in getting to know your machine, but i've had no problems even without a manual. then again if you can program a roland d70 if can program any keyboard! this board has highly usable sounds that also gives you the flexibility to edit coupled with a quality weighted keys. solves my basic needs.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-17-088 at 09:43|
|DC10 a part-time user from USA writes:|
Hey Folks, very brief here - The best Keyboard I have ever owned - I have the LE 61 note which is fine... Sounds are fantastic - sequencer is excellent - I think it sounds more like a Triton Extreme than a regular Triton - But then that's me... So versatile - IF you want to sound professtional and like a studio - then this is it... Patches are great - Piano's and some saxes are so so but who cares - Drum sounds are fantastic and I have owned a Roland R-70 - This little LE blows it away - Can't go wrong!
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-10-088 at 21:30|
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