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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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KOTARE a professional user from New Zealand writes:
At the moment I have on hand a SH1000, Moog, Jupiter 6, and a handful of Juno's and I have recently palmed off a SH101 and an MC202. None of these come even close to the fat, warm filters on this beast. Did I mention it has 2 LFOs, one of which is routed to the filter and the VCA via separate knobs. All of my friends/musicians/producers who see this little thing laugh their heads off at it in studio until I warm it up then they start looking for one. Let it warm up for a good hour and then drive it hard into a tube head for best results. The fattest thing I own and long may they had for next to nothing.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-May-23-2011 at 14:33
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I picked up one of these for free! Great synth. It works perfectly except oneday the 32' triangle waveform (the first red tab) stopped working. No sound comes out when I put that tab down. Could someone please help me?

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-17-2003 at 03:44
Ben a professional user from NW England writes:
Don't ever drop one on your bare toe! Great machine, had mine 15 years now, use it now and again through effects for whale type sounds, nice to twiddle with something analogue for a change.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-11-2003 at 11:38
Sam a hobbyist user from South Wales writes:
I have a beautiful one of these for sale. It is in mint condition still in its original box, with the original little music stand chucked in for good measure. It has been about for years and had many phases in its life. It started life gracing the stage with electronica (for want of a better term), though it been known to lighten up and play nice phat basslines. Apparently they can be converted to MIDI though personally I wouldn't want to try it myself (I'd ruin it). I am very sad to see it go though it would be nice to see it used again. It'll be going on ebay uk.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-May-10-2003 at 08:30
Sam a hobbyist user from South Wales writes:
I have a beautiful one of these for sale. It is in mint condition still in its original box, with the original little music stand chucked in for good measure. It has been about for years and had many phases in its life. It started life gracing the stage with electronica (for want of a better term), though it been known to lighten up and play nice phat basslines. Apparently they can be converted to MIDI though personally I wouldn't want to try it myself (I'd ruin it). I am very sad to see it go though it would be nice to see it used again. It'll be going on ebay uk.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-May-10-2003 at 08:30
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