Synth Site: Korg: T3 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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Buca a professional user from Serbia writes:
Still a good synth for live playing folk music (bas-kontra-pad).Oriental sax and some mono pulse instruments are non replaceable.

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Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-03-2002 at 04:24
Dave V a professional user from USA writes:
It's a great sounding ax. but one of the most delicate mechanically I've ever owned ,of all brands. I'm sad to say it's been completely apart and physically broken countless times and I've broken probably 50 keys in the 11 years I've owned it. I've also had trouble with Korg Service. So' sound wise and programming, 5 out of 5 ...Mechanically...a 1 , or less

posted Sunday-Nov-25-2001 at 21:13
Mihai Ogasanu a professional user from Romania writes:
Hi! The Korg T3 is really a great controler ! It's a must have even if it's an old piece of equip. It's very durable, and as a keyboard it has a really good feeling ! The sounds are pretty great, and if you start to edit them you will sure end up with some great sound experiences. I bought it in 1995 for $1.500 (2nd H.) - but i'm not sorry, it really rivals with more recent keyboards ! (something which is impressive for an 1990 keyboard !) I will rate it as a BIG 5 for it's kind ! - And ofcourse - the sax is great !:) P.S> Please let me know where can i get some new sounds for it ? Can anyone send me some? Peace, Mihai.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-25-2001 at 18:44
Travis a hobbyist user from Texas writes:
I've had my T3 since back in the early 90's - bought it new for $2,800. Still can't believe I did that. I have labored to sequence some fun stuff. Anyway, it's got a smooth sound and I don't see parting with it given what the street is willing to pay.

Anyway, I've seen a lot of posts here asking how to get the factory patches back once your battery has gone dead. Well, first get the battery replaced - either diy with a CR2032 or take it to a service center. Then, download the factory patch data from the Korg support site at korg.com. It's all ther.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Aug-28-2001 at 10:57
Bat Man a part-time user from US writes:
I love my T3, some of the factory sound aren't great, but if you load some the pc card samples from the M1, and load some T3 floppy's and create your own program banks and combi. samples, this keyboard will give some fat brass, and full string sounds that you need. I work in a studio, and I use the Trinity, Trinton, N364, X3, and even some Kurzweil keyboards, but none compare to the fat brass sounds and accoustic guitars I can get from the T3.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-05-2001 at 14:51
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