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Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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mr know it all a professional user from us writes:
frankie knuckles my stupid typo!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-26-2002 at 11:18
mr know it all a professional user from us writes:
can you say house?

frankie knuckels

early dj pierre

countless others

it ain't about the 909

get yourself a tr 707 and get use to using a lot of eq cause it sounds harsh straight out the box. this box is what started house music not the 909. think about it some heads in chicago playing around with a cheap ass drum machine and recording the damn thing to cassette tape and blammo next thing you know your wearin size 55 pants with an anime character on the pocket flipped out of your head on drugs in a roller rink listening to some kid mix bad trance records! what the h*ll went wrong?!

some of us still love this box!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-26-2002 at 11:17
ARBEE from amsterdam writes:
the manual in pdf i found here

http://www.encounter.nu/patrik/tech/synt/TR707/TR707.html

still looking for the service manual though, anyone ?

ar_bee@hotmail.com Amsterdam.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-24-2002 at 06:14
Ron Bee a professional user from Amsterdam writes:
hi, can anyone help me with scans of the manual, utility files or tips with this machine ? maybe i have some manuals or files or mp3 which interest you. thanks ! .. Ron from Amsterdam.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Oct-26-2002 at 18:18
Erik a hobbyist user from New Jersey, America writes:
The Roland Tr-707 is used at Yankee Stadium by organist Eddie Layton. I have liked this machine for a long time. Its very lightweight, easy to handle. I love the cowbell on this thing as well as the crash cymbals and rimshot. If you get this machine, get a manual with it because it can be tough to figure it out without step by step instructions. Also, if you want to make your patterns longer, get a memory cartridge. Also, having a memory cartridge means you dont have to keep re doing your rythem patterns over and over. Roland doesnt make this unit anymore, so you have to get one thats used. This thing has a display screen that shows you the exact instrument pattern that your rythem pattern is following. That makes it a bit easier. Dont pay over $200.00 for this thing.

posted Wednesday-Aug-28-2002 at 22:52
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