Synth Site: Yamaha: PSR-530: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Richard Holding a part-time user from Chorley NW england writes:
I am a student doing music technology and i am a guitarist. I bought my PSR 530 to widen my musical ability. This model is the business, the sounds are 100% realistic, expression is brilliant you have loads of reverb and effects to play with, the dual voice is excellent for producing rally thick sounds and already i have used the style sets for loads of my own records with people saying Bloody hell your drummers a bit good. I tried loads of models but this won hands down, even to this day it is top of its class, fair enough about the disk problem but i dont use that anyway

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-12-2001 at 10:48
Vano a hobbyist user from Russia writes:
It's a very, VERY, V E R Y sucking, fucking bullshit. I don't know another synth worse then it vomiting machine !!

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-08-2000 at 14:26
Rich a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I had this Keyboard for about 2 years. I liked some of the music styles, and sounds. The main drawback to the PSR530 is there is no disk drive. I sold it to upgrade to the PSR540 that has a disk drive. The 530 has nice styles, sounds, display, but falls short on functions, keyboard action, and sturdiness. I would say this is one of the best non-pro keyboards available in the under $500.00 range.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-13-2000 at 12:01
Sinder a professional user from USA writes:
I just got my PSR-530 today new for about $450 dollars. It has absolutely awesome pad and string sounds. I have made some of the warmest songs on it... Earlier tonight I recorded a cover of A Warm Place by Nine Inch Nails. It's not exactly just like it... But it is very close. It also has some really great leads. For the price you will have a very hard time finding something better.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Jun-30-2000 at 02:47
Costas a part-time user from Mexico writes:
I think it is one of the greatest keyboards I´ve ever seen from Yamaha, I bought one doubting the capabilities it had, but, it exceeded my expectations, it even sounds better than a Roland or a Yamaha XY series electronic piano. 692 digital sounds, 100 built in rythms that exceed reality, great drums, great built in speakers, easy to use.

The only thing that makes me sad about it it that it weights a little bit more than my old Yamaha, and that it has no built in floppy disk drive, but, I guarrantee it is one of the best investments you will ever make.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-18-2000 at 02:51
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