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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Michael Oakley a professional user from Scotland writes:
Look everyone this synth is a great all round analog souding synth for 200 quid! its got character and great fx and a decent usable drum set. When choosing a synth it comes down to the number of parameters on it (the sh-32 has as good as any in the top range of synths) and wether or not you like the actual tones of the synth (all analog synths have saw/square/pulse/sine waveforms but a jupiter 8 square is better than a juno 106 square? right? well no its down to your ears and what you like) which this synth has in abundance as it gives loads of various waveform variations of each wave.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-12-2004 at 19:24
digit62 a hobbyist user from Belgium writes:
Had this now for 2 months and this box keeps amazing me with the sounds you can coax out of it. The programmeble arpegiator is amazing and the FX can and will ad spice to any sounds you use. The distortion can wreak havoc on a simple sustained string sound and produce some amazing feedback type of guitar sounds. I can only repeat what i already posted earlier - for the price Roland is selling these you CANNOT go wrong and it is an excellent introduction if you are new to synths.

happy bleeps

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-27-2004 at 09:55
didgerydave a professional user from california writes:
I paid 2oo us and its worth every penny if you know how to use it. First off dont let all the knobs discourage you its really simple if you give it a coulple weeks. When i first got it i got really bored with the sounds even though they are great!, untill i started to tweak the knobs and try diffrent FXs. Ive got a whole wide range of sounds from pink floyd to steppenwolf to the crystal method. Ive created deep phatt bass lines and wicked lead synths too. THe arpegeator is awsome it has 11 to 88 diffrent arps with pogramable ones too but dosent seem to work on all the sounds but it could be me or the machines fault on that one. ITs 4 multitimbrel parts make it well worth it and the drums sound awsome just like the old classics. It remindes me of the jp 8000 i used to use in a studio awhile back. BUt its no jp but close. if youre a begginer I wouldnt recomend this but for the price its worth it to learn. unless you want to buy the yamaha an 200 (monotimbrel) which is a good first time synth to own and learn on but the sounds are not as phatt as the sh-32 and for the same price or more, buy the roland sh 32

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-24-2004 at 02:43
digit62 a hobbyist user from Belgium writes:
Another way of getting the juices flowing with this box is programming your own arpeggio patterns. You can realy get some cool grooves running on this box by doing some simple step programming. Coax out a nice sound and then run the pattern = instant gratification. Again for the price you get a box with it's own unique and distinct sounds(and quirks)and it's easy to use.

Get one !!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-19-2004 at 07:28
CheapGearLover a part-time user from USD writes:
I love cheapo stuff and this SH32 represents one of the best of the el "cheapo" devices! Way lotta bang for your buck Bucko!! Yes it is worth the price that they go for now. Get one!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-17-2004 at 01:09
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