Synth Site: Korg: Triton LE: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Steve a part-time user from Canada writes:
Just bought the Triton LE 88 and so far I love the sounds! I've barely scratched the surface. Already gigged once with it. I've always been into Roland keyboards but I think I'm being turned to Korg.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-03-2003 at 22:22
kevin a professional user from USA writes:
just got the Triton LE 88...the action is great and so is the new Bosendorfer sample plus it is built stronger than the other LE models...do yourself a favor, spend the extra money and get this model...it's so much better and much more exotic in its patches than a Yamaha S80 or 90...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-02-2003 at 13:41
Gregger from Long Beach CA,. writes:
Jusi bought my Triton LE "used" but unopened for a 1000.00. I F------ love it! I sold my beloved 01w/fd in 97' for financial reasons and have hated myself ever since....until now! Learning more everyday. Alot more technical than my o1 but well worth it. I remember when My Roland Jupiter had a arppegiator. The arp on the LE is unbelivable! The seq. is taking some getting used to, but I'll get it eventually. Props to Korg for a Triton for us "musicians on a budget".

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-11-2003 at 21:58
AJD8701 a hobbyist user from Da-Dirty-South.Ga writes:
What's up? I decided that I'd post another message on the message board to stay updated on the news. I finally opened my Triton Le 61 a few days ago. There are so many killer sounds; from the strings, to the synths and leads, and to the pianos. I'm sorry, but I think that the Triton Le has enough good piano sounds that are genuine enough in my opinion. I read many reviews and almost everyone said that the Tritons have horrible piano sounds, but after trying them out first-hand, I totally disagree. I think that you should go on what "rocks your boat" because everyone has different opinions and tastes in music. So never base your judgement off of other people's opinion until you see for yourself. I've already recorded a few songs and they are amazing if not perfect. Everytime I turn it on, I find something new and exciting. Such an awesome keyboard, workstation, and synth for under $1,500. To sum it all up... this keyboard is"Not To Be Understood, But To Be Experienced". So experience the fury of the Mighty Triton Le!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-25-2002 at 01:16
AJD8701 a hobbyist user from Da Dirty South,Ga writes:
I just bought my Triton Le in cash yesterday. Didn't have to go through credit check or financing. It was a quick and sweet buy. I gave them the total $1,282.93 and they gave me my baby.It's sitting in the dining room and I'm not planning on opening it until Christmas for personal reasons. I don't have to search or spend hours on the internet reading reviews and information anymore because I finally got what I've been waiting for and it's paid for in full. I'm already brainstorming on the "out-of-control" beats I'm gonna make. Well, I've had fun reading reviews all over the web. Thanks for everyone's opinion and advice and for helping me to decide. Thanks Sonic-State!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-19-2002 at 14:17
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