Synth Site: Roland: XV-88 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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blah a professional user writes:
"I was considering buying a Roland RS-9 as a next keyboard to be used as both a synth and a stage piano."

"It's a 2001 model and uses the XV-88 sounds. "

Just get an XV-88. The RS-series is just a repaint.

posted Wednesday-Jan-31-2001 at 17:00
Evan a part-time user from USA writes:
I was considering buying a Roland RS-9 as a next keyboard to be used as both a synth and a stage piano. It's a 2001 model and uses the XV-88 sounds. Has anyone heard anything about it? DO you thing it will live up to it's worth?

posted Wednesday-Jan-31-2001 at 02:39
writes:
This synth is great for acoustic stuff. Nothing beats it. Great keys, also. But you'll never find a bigger beast to carry around! Recommended anyway!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-30-2001 at 12:42
Jerry Lanier a professional user from USA writes:
The Roland XV-88 Synth is truly a awesome Pro Keyboard. I bought mine with the Concert Piano Expander and these piano sounds are thick and a variety of pianos are represented. All of the sounds available here really do sound great and are crystal clear. The action is great, it hard not to think you are playing a grand piano. Besides being a little heavy to tour with, it is Roland's be effort to date. With the sounds onboard and with the Expander cards, you will have the sounds of today and tomorrow.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-21-2001 at 17:03
TorM a professional user from Norway writes:
Thanks for your comments about the XV-88. I'm planning to buy this synth myself. My question is, if you, or anyone else use the sampled Concert Piano (SRX-02) with the XV-88. Or are the piano-sounds in XV-88 allready good enough for playing classical music?

posted Monday-Nov-27-2000 at 18:16
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