Synth Site: Korg: POLY800 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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Nate a part-time user from Japan writes:
The Poly-800 is worth having for its fat analogue sounds. I can never get the cassette tape data to load or save but other than that I still enjoy the synth. I paid $125 bucks for my synth and its been working since I bought it 8 or 9 years ago.

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Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Apr-03-2001 at 10:20
steve Bisson a part-time user from canada writes:
this synth rocks... fo some sounds it sound more analogue than a jp8000 (no kidding i own both and can compare) its limited though, but for electronic type of music this synth can be VERY inspiring. Especially at what price you migth find this thing. (i paid mine 80$us) for 4 notes polyphony analogue like synth it rocks.

I wish it had a mono/poly switch thought... some very cool effects could have been created whit it if it had a monophonic mode whit adjustable portamento speed.

It cannot receive midi message to activate the resonance and the cutoff too.. thats another bummer.... but overall (especially considarating the price... THIS THING IS A MUST HAVE if you find it in good shape)

very good for slurpy techno swirling licks. Its not a god thought. Try it for yerself... Dont forget to buy a used delay pedal to go whit it... KILLER...

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-07-2001 at 20:51
Hayes Arnold a professional user from Montana writes:
The poly 800 oh yes! one of the best analog sounding digital synthesizers around! Also a great begginer synth. I would take a poly 800 over the thin,shitty,fake sounds of the Dx-7 anyday.Not a bad sounding unit has midi and usually afordable.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-12-2001 at 22:48
keith cummings a part-time user from CANADA writes:
great machine that I don't use anymore...but I know if I'm stuck ina hospital or a bus going across the world I'd have it by my side, and that's why I keep it and refuse to sell it. There's very few synths that are that portable.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-12-2001 at 20:52
Cleatus writes:
P.S. If anyone has any information about MIDI controllers, it would be much appreciated. Mine didn't come with a manual, so I have no idea what controllers control what params. Thanks a bunch.

posted Wednesday-Jan-10-2001 at 18:34
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