Synth Site: Yamaha: AN-1X: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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fingers yu a part-time user from canada writes:
i'm playing yet ANOTHER gig with my an1x (3 years now and counting, i'm one of the lucky ones!). hint to all the keyboard players out there....if you want to be the coolest guy in the cllub (especially to the sound guy), bring out a 1972 rhodes, korg trinity and yamaha an1x and right from sound check, you will indeed be pampered. but it's my blue baby that i love the most (very jamiroquai-esque).

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-31-2000 at 16:32
superdominick a professional user from U.S./Chicago writes:
Just picked one up from the local Guitar Center used. Paid $660.00 total. I will never sell this or trade for anything. This thing is amazing. There are infinite possibilities. Drank 3 cups of coffe with some NoDoze and played with this thing for 20 hours straight. A MUST HAVE FOR ANYONE SERIOUS WITH MUSIC. Many professionals use this machine. I would spend $1000.00 bucks if I had to. If you find one, fight for it. They're tough to get. Good luck on your mission. Yamaha needs to make an AN2X and stop with this imitation CS_X versions.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-30-2000 at 23:09
il_budha a hobbyist user from The Netherlands writes:
The an-1x is one of the best sounding ANALOG synths I've owned: smooth strings, fat basses and awesome control - the touch-ribbon is extremely responive and has a very solid feeld.

Really the only analog synths I've owned which beat SOME of the sounds of the an-1x are the Elka Synthex (amazing strings and choirs), the Moog the Rogue (fatty bass) and the Korg MS-20 (for HP-swept effects).

For the price, this is awesome. Easily the best analog emulation I've heard, including the Clavia synths and Roland JP.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-30-2000 at 07:05
Jamie a professional user from usa writes:
A classic indeed! Great synth, you can make old skool, and new sounds with this one. Get it if you can find it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Mar-18-2000 at 19:10
manny Q. a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Best synth purchase I ever made! got mine from sam ash(for $469.00!he he he!)and I'm glad I did because now everybody wants one and there's none to be had. I've had it for six months and I'm still finding cool stuff to do with it.I just got an RM1X and they are a perfect match:AN1x for analog sounds and cool evolving pads,RM1x for it's kick ass sequencer(goodbye cakewalk!)and 700+ built in sounds(good bye korg!).Anyway it's a great synth and if you can find one,buy it and keep it. it's an instant classic.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-17-2000 at 15:28
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