Synth Site: yamaha: RX-7: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.6 out of 5
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Simon Temple a professional user from USA writes:
I love my RX7 i have had two. I use it for fills. The sounds while weak, can be tuned to do different things. I like the swing very stiff. For house and club it is excellcent my favorite.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Dec-14-2001 at 01:23
Matthew Simpson a hobbyist user from UK writes:
Great peice of kit, easy to use, quick to pick up, hard to put down. solid, clasic instruments, great for jamin' live. Does the pedal come with it new???

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-May-14-2001 at 13:54
Andrew Rance a part-time user from London, United Kingdom writes:
Good, solid, drum machine - I used mine for five solid years gigging live in clubs, and it never let me down. The 8 bit sounds are now a bit dated and thin sounding, but the machine has a very good midi spec and lots of user-definability. I actually met the engineers from Yamaha that designed it, to give them some feedback from a 'live' user, and they gave me a little travel alarm clock as a memento - nice people, the Japanese. I hope to visit Japan one day.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-08-2001 at 21:03
MICK B a hobbyist user from HOLLAND writes:
ONE OF THE FINEST D-MACHINES EVER MADE. TRUE TO WHAT AARON SAYS IT'S A WELL SOUNDING MYSTERIE YET AMAZINGLY BEAUTIFUL SOUNDS AND LOOKS. IN HOLLAND IT DOES ABOUT $100 OR $125 WITHOUT THE EXTRA'S SO NEEDED. IF YOU HAVE ONE NEVER ABANDON IT.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Oct-07-1999 at 12:44
Aaron Hawkins a part time user from NC, USA writes:
Well, in 1985, I'm sure that this machine was the coolest. In 1998, it's a different story. Basically, it has good sounds, multiple assignments for most of the keys, pretty easy to use IF YOU GET A MANUAL, and transfers well onto a recorder. BUT-- If you plan to buy one, **Make sure you get a manual. It is a very intimidating machine and took me about two full days just to get the swing of it, and I had the manual. **Make sure you get the MIDI-Cassette record cable connector, or some RAM4 cards, because without them, you cannot save your loops at all. **Lastly, don't pay over $20 if you get no manual, adapter, or cassette connector. The AC adapters, cassette connectors, and RAM4 memory cards have not been made for over five years and cannot be found otherwise. I would recommend it if you are going to only plan to record then erase the drum loops.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:22
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