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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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relic from USA writes:
Give this box another 2 years and they will sell for $400- $500. selling at $300 now! people are finally reading the manual and finding out what a BEAST these SH-32's really are! i have three...:) the first i paid. $150, 2nd - $200 and my latest $299. LOVE THE PADS!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-23-2011 at 09:23
Sinisa a part-time user from Croatia writes:
My FAVOURITE synth among 13 others (2×Virus, 2×Waldorf, Nova, Prophecy, etc.) mostly because of the ease of use, and the stunning results you get after a really short intro period. A lot of fun while making great analog like and other sounds, the analog way - one slider, one function. Lot of options for a long time fun. Sweet spots everywhere. Has its advantages and flaws, but so has ANY other synth. For the purpose it was made, it is simply brilliant, so I'm looking for a spare one, though it seems as it it is never going to let me down. Has my sincerest recommendation.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-08-2010 at 10:52
Sinisa a part-time user from Croatia writes:
My FAVOURITE synth among 13 others (2×Virus, 2×Waldorf, Nova, Prophecy, etc.) mostly because of the ease of use, and the stunning results you get after a really short intro period. A lot of fun while making great analog like and other sounds, the analog way - one slider, one function. Lot of options for a long time fun. Sweet spots everywhere. Has its advantages and flaws, but so has ANY other synth. For the purpose it was made, it is simply brilliant, so I'm looking for a spare one, though it seems as it it is never going to let me down. Has my sincerest recommendation.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-08-2010 at 10:50
vootman a part-time user from san francisco,CA usa writes:
I'll keep this short. The sh32 rocks, period. I've milked some sick sounds out of the little bastard. Great for industrial and power noise. As for the lack of this, that and the other, come on people for the money (it's cheap I got one for 200dollars ) you can't lose.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-10-2008 at 17:59
remus a hobbyist user from usa writes:
i use this to make electronic music. its easy to use and has that time tested sweet roland sound. the manual is good. the walwart adapter is one of the those big blocking jobs. buyer beware.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Jun-02-2008 at 15:28
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