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Average rating: 3.6 out of 5
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License a part-time user from amorica writes:
Hey if you want to hear a TR626 in action, listen to "Broken NOSE!" on my page at http://mp3.com/license . This is a pretty good representation of the sound, though I run it through an old delay pedal for extra effect. A great box! Very fun, cheap sounds.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-09-2001 at 01:34
Ferko a part-time user from Canada/Hungary writes:
This is a decent machine...easy to program, I had it going in about 10 minutes without a manual...I can't really say much that hasnt been already said, the kicks, snares and toms are quite good, handclap and shaker is good too, hihats a bit short...with the 10 outs you can do all sorts of ridiculous stuff that sounds realy cool...

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-02-2001 at 22:55
nubey from usa writes:

posted Monday-Jan-29-2001 at 15:14
Peter K. a professional user from The Netherlands writes:
It's a real classic. If you make house music,buy one. Some of the sounds are great to use, like the handclap, shaker, crash, snares. Producers such as: Paul Johnson, Cassius, Lil Louis used this machine. Not convinced? Listen to "french kiss" by Lil Louis.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-29-2001 at 14:43
Steve D a hobbyist user from USA writes:
The TR-626 sounds quite dated, even to my old SR-16, but the samples are very clean and punchy. I bought mine 5 years ago at a pawn shop and it cost next to nothing (bit came with nothing - anyone willing to share/sell the manual?). I love the individual outs, RAM card slot and the unit's battery operation. The negatives are: Lack of volume sliders, limit of only 4 beats per measure, lack of pan setting (although this can be overcome with the individual outs), display limitations (no backlight and no dot-matrix) and lack of programmable tempo. But it's well worth the typical $75 to $100 price tag, the sounds are usable and it's great on the road with an acoustic guitar.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-25-2000 at 14:16
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