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Average rating: 3.6 out of 5
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Headsnack a part-time user from Queens, USA writes:
This drum machine is pretty dope. I got one off of Ebay for $100 and I'm satisfied. The best part about it is it's battery powered. 6 double A's which last a while will have you makin' old school drum beats in the park or in bed. Hook it up to an efx box, even a cheap one like the ZoomRFX2000 and you can get some nice results. Blend it with records or record some breaks. It's your call. Check out my music if you get a chance. I don't have stuff with this machine in there yet but probably will in the future. or just , , (drop rhymes there).

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Aug-20-2002 at 20:32
pablo from Spain writes:
I'm also looking for a user manual/guide for the TR-626.Thanks!!!

posted Sunday-Jun-23-2002 at 21:15
Hakan a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
Hi, I'm looking for a manual to the tr-626..Anyone got one, or knows where I can get one?

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-22-2002 at 09:55
mark writes:

posted Sunday-Mar-03-2002 at 00:02
Dave W a professional user from Sweden writes:
I agree with the user who said it lacked something earlier machines (Linn, Oberheim) had. In many ways those sound much better than mid/late 80s machines like this. (Another example is the Yamaha RX17/21)

Linn and Obies were faster to work with too by using their knobs and sliders. In the digital era it was all endless menues. (I just wanted to turn up the snare a bit..should it really take a minute?)

I wouldn´t say it´s too inspiring. Dead and dry. Some sounds are fat- but I´ve never liked cymbals that dies..

Hmmm.. I guess I sound too negative here- on the positive side I could add that it´s CHEAP (and don´t expect these to become classics and over-priced like the tr-808/909)

It has 8 outs (WOW!! really useful with a mixer and some decent effects) Can be run on batteries- yeah, make your hit while you travel...

A decent machine. Nothing more, nothing less!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-04-2002 at 17:29
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