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Average rating: 3.6 out of 5
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Peter Connelly a professional user from England, UK writes:
How can anyone diss these machines???!!! They're awesome, especially for the price. If you want realistic pianos from around that time then go for the MKS-20 or P-330 but for sheer playable analogue warmth, this is the one, especially with the Chorus/Flanger and Tremelo controls. I have a sh!t load of gear in my setup and the MKS-10 will ALWAYS be part of it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-14-2004 at 15:47
Thomas Niehaus from Germany writes:
The MKS-10 gives you only 8 sounds, but these sounds and the effects (chorus/flanger and tremolo) are really great. The harpsichord sound is one of the best and fatest I ever heard from electronic instruments! P.S.: Your picture does not show a MKS-10!

posted Wednesday-May-16-2001 at 08:55
David H a part-time user from UK writes:
The MKS-10 never sounded great but if its electric piano sounds you want try the MKS-20, the 10 just doesn't cut it!!

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-28-2001 at 03:18
Timothy Carroll a part-timer user from USA writes:
Bought one for $50. And for $50, this is a nice piece. Anybody who disses it never wanted electric piano sounds to begin with! All it is, is a big ass old roland electric piano module with 8 different sounds. It's velocity sensitive, but apparently not pitch-bend sensitive (oh well). It's 16 note polyphonic (quite an accomplishment in its day) and it gets hot as a motha if you leave it on (like all good gear in my studio). ;-) turn on the tremelo and you got some classic sounding 70's electric piano. but don't buy it UNLESS you want an electric piano! That's ALL it is! :-)

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-17-1999 at 22:53
David Morley a professional user from Germany writes:
They are great! someone doesn't seem to like them, but they are great sounding for 12 bit. Of course they rare extremely limited, but I made ton's of tracks when I had mine and they sounded fine. Less than $150, BUY. Worth it just for the Arpeggiator.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-19-1999 at 04:20
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