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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Jack Robertson a professional user from USA writes:
The SUPER JX-10 is a powerful synthesizer , 12 voice polyphonic , 2 JX-8P's in one box . It's very stable in pitch thanks to it's digitally controlled oscillators , and excellent as a controller thanks to it's generous 76 note keyboard . I also have the PG-800 programmer which makes it as fun to edit as any other analogue synthesizer . It also has a " cross modulation " feature to make some interesting sounds . The SUPER JX-10 was ROLAND'S flagship synthesizer in 1985 , so basically it's one of there last analogue beasts before switching over to the D-50 . I've seen them for as much as $1000.00 with the PG-800 .

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-05-2000 at 21:05
David a hobbyist user from USA writes:
This was my first controller/master. Bought it for $1300 used back in 1989, and got the PG-800 (essential!) for $250. Got it because it was dead sexy looking and sounding. Choked notes badly, especially in chase-play mode, but aah, those pads! have been unable to come close to the shmooov and transparent pad sound #67...I miss it. Sysex suckage made me paranoid, even though I owned no less than 9 M-64c's, and had plenty of amazing sounds, courtesy of the wonderful Walt Whitney. Replaced it with first a Korg T2, and presently a Triton pro. Memories....

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-12-2000 at 22:44
jens a hobbyist user from sweden writes:
fat synth brass 95 bas 93 synth lead 90 pads 71organ65strings 93analog 85 factory sounds very bad must be tweaked hook it up to a effectsprocessor and itsounds marvellous

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Nov-26-1999 at 01:26
Joe a part-timer user from USA writes:
I picked up my JX10 about two years back for free. A guy was gettin rid of it and asked me if i wanted it. I had no idea what it was at the time, but since then ive used it nonestop. I doubt ill ever get rid of it. Got great synth sounds, easily programmable and i love the pitch bender and after touch. they are my favorite part.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-19-1999 at 05:21
Kevin a professional user from USA writes:
If you are missing some of the JX10's phat sounds, get a XP80 with the vintage synth board installed...tons of JX10 patches plus thick matrix sounds...this board kicks some serious booty and a helluva lot more voices to thicken things up...the JX is a fat beast...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jun-10-1999 at 10:41
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