Synth Site: Roland: TB-303: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.8 out of 5
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MagiK Merchant a hobbyist user from US writes:
I just purchased this box for $700 a couple of weeks ago. Let me tell you that it is nothing like the Rebirth. The feel is completely different, nothing like having your fingers on those shiny silver knobs. The system used for programing patterns is hard to learn at first but easy to get used to. Im incredibly happy with it..cant wait to put it through some wicked effects!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Aug-23-1998 at 13:11
sean a hobbyist user from Seattle writes:
You know what I paid for this thing - and I haven't regretted it. The TB303 is the fattest box on the planet. If I could only have one synth - this would be it. This thing does seem to have a &quot;shining&quot; thing going on with me - at first I just randomly punched buttons and the coolest stuff came out!! I am getting better at its quirky way of being programmed and am loving it. The sequencer it the TB seems to breathe. It is not cold and sterile as most modern equipment tends to be - it's dirty and musical. I read a cool quote somewhere &quot;If Jimi Hendrix were alive today - he would have a TB303.&quot;

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:10
Neil Marsden a hobbyist user from England writes:
think the 303 is as they say one of the best pieces of kit. The advantage had was that whilst walking around a car boot sale in Manchester I got hold of a mint 303 in original condition for £10. Now as they say that is the bargain of a lifetime.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:10
Joel a part-timer user from USA writes:
Okay -- It's fun to bash the TB-303 and talk about its oscene price, shoddy casing, and modern use which strays far from its original intentions. It's easy to compare it to emulators, and say: "You could get the same sound for a lot less with ReBirth". Maybe... Although, I own both, and believe me, you really can't. One aspect of the 303 that really seems to anger people is the price. In my opinion, they're really missing the point. Take away the emulators, and price, and the simple fact is, you've got an awesome synth with sounds like nothing else. Yeah, ReBirth may sound similar, but it's not a white box with silver knobs and keys that you can actually push. There is a huge phsycological advantage to having the real thing, and hear it is in all its whiny, squeaky, sceaming purity. The 303 rocks.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-03-1998 at 15:25
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