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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Colin Russell a hobbyist user writes:
I found mine mint for a mere $35.00 CAN(25 US). And to think I actually toke a few moments to think about purchasing it! This analog box is great for cheesy Kraftwerk style stuff. BD is weak. but the HH and SD kick ass!!! It's like a baby 808. I've considered moding it, but it's just too cute to drill holes in the case. Maybe if I find another. One last thing, I saw a classified for over $300 US for one of these things! It's good...but not THAT good!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-10-1999 at 16:16
Pierre M. a hobbyist user from Belgium writes:
I purshased mine to go together with my 303. I definitly falled in love. Like my 303, i will NEVER sell it :) Even if i have major financial problems.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jul-16-1999 at 07:26
Roger a hobbyist user from U.S.A writes:
The easiest, most fun machine ever made. Really fun and cool sounds. A few more adjustments could have been added, but you can do that yourself. Everyone should own one who is into analog sounds.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jun-24-1999 at 19:34
luciano(sOFTgrOOve a part-timer user from italy writes:
This is a great electronic instrument.If creativity is your religion BUY IT! Many people don't like the kick sound,I love it but the best sound is tom. HH Wonderful,snare useful(similar to 808),Cymbal is the one I less prefer.An other good reason to buy it is the sequencer.Warm sound-easy to use-low cost:!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jun-11-1999 at 19:02
Cleatus from United Counties of sILLINOISe writes:
I've had this for a good 4 months...since I have no other SYNC gear I usually only use it solo. I am a broke bastard who can't even afford a frickin' MIDI to SYNC converter (I got this little monster for $25 in near mint cond'n!). hah I need to get a job! Well anyway the snare, hat, and toms kick some shit, but the cymbal can be pretty damn obnoxious most cases, and the kick is a shy little bastard! I must say though this bitch sounds great through distortion...I've tried a couple of units..the DOD FX-92 distorton, great for the siftier stuff like that little knock of a bass and the hats, OK on snare, and then the DANELEKTRO FAB TONE! If you get one of these, you have to get a Fab Tone too! It kills the toms! They sound nasty and violent, the sound make me think of the old Meat Beat Manifesto song "Repulsion". I haven't done any mods yet (well except for turning the pot that controls the snare's snappy) cause I suck at electronics but my buddy is going to help me with the kick mod and we might try the indie out mod. The other thing about her is she's analog so she sounds great through an amp! You know what tho? I'm getting sick of analog purism, so I recently got a 626 to keep her company, sweet digital congas+kicks...but anyway, yeah this is probably the only analog drum machine I'll ever buy. Digital (especially distorted) sounds so great, but this little box has some character. Oh yeah and as far as features go, oh my gawd...switching modes while playing patterns? Ingenius! This is THE BEST live drum machine. The sequencing just can't be beat. So well-designed that it more than makes up for the lack of sounds. No MIDI though. Oh well, now I just need to give Kenton a call...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Apr-08-1999 at 22:48
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