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Average rating: 3.9 out of 5
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AdamT writes:
Just another point.. I checked the Demo tune.. Mine plays George Michael`s "Last Christmas".. I almost Puked. model SHS10S S must stand for "Shit demo tune"

posted Sunday-Mar-14-1999 at 07:11
AdamT a part-timer user from The land of the Chewing gum Seal writes:
Most of you seem to have Red SHS10`s Mine`s silver grey, never seen another (although I bet there`s about as much chance of it being collectable a Purple Jen SX1000.. (;-). beware not to trigger the Auto accompaniment when playing live over MIDI..

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-12-1999 at 15:25
Sjoerd van der Kooij a professional user from Holland writes:
It's a nice MIDI controller, the red colour is ugly, so I painted it metallic bleu, now he is cool for live use.

Don't buy him for the sounds, they suck, I've connected him to my Korg X5DR module, and that's kinday kinkey to see a man playing on a little keyboard the sound of an enourmous cathedral... :))

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-12-1999 at 10:27
AdamT a part-timer user from UK writes:
Sorry , i meant 37 keys not 27!!. BTW the mod button does send MIDI (to the kenton at least)

posted Sunday-Nov-15-1998 at 16:49
AdamT from UK writes:
Best described as a KX5 for the car-boot sale brigade.. Stuff it with HP7 batteries and plug it into a Minimoog via a kenton box and use it live, WOW how can a child`s toy sound that great is the usual comment. I sold my KX5 and actually kept this as it is such an absurd thing to take on stage, make sure you keep the volume down and don`t press the Demo button by accident an adjacent mic may pick up the horrible sound the thing really makes. The keys are the same length as on the KX5 but half the width, no aftertouch and only 27 keys as opposed to 44 but for £12 who cares, the pitch bend wheel is easier to use than the KX ribbon and the thing has a Digital readout for patches rather than the KX`s latching switches (if you`re using a programmable synth that is). shame they didn`t add a breath control socket (;-)..

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-15-1998 at 16:45
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