Synth Site: Yamaha: TG-33: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Timbo a hobbyist user from UK writes:
Bought my TG33 way back in about 1992, still have it on my synth rack, agree with comments about the synth pads - love them! Hmm, never played with the bass stuff though, so thats a good tip. Pick one up second hand, well worth it. The joystick options for sound editing were fairly innovative for its time and some great space effects still poss even in this day and age (2002)

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-12-2002 at 13:35
Max B a professional user from Milano - Italy writes:
I'm in love with this little black box. I bought the TG33 only for $120. It's one of the best (under rated) synth ever made and the sounds are incredible. A must have!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jun-22-2002 at 07:22
tal a professional user from australia writes:
im selling lots of studio stuff, but not my tg33. good for electronica and downbeat and long mystical atmospherics KIKASS MUST KEEP

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-11-2002 at 22:31
big d a professional user from sweden writes:
I dont know what took me so long but I finally thought about looking up this little baby on this site. I give it top marks coz what everyone has said thats good about this synth is TRUE. If its a little weedy in some sounds listen through a decent stereo/monitors and layer the sounds. For bass just use 4 waveforms and the joystick, record detuning rather than pan/pitch. I bought this in '92. My first synth. I had a QY10 seq which I used to trigger the tg33. So I only ever used it as an 8 trk module as the qy10 has only 8 trx,....but I wrote loads of stuff from 92-96. Two of these tracks I wrote 100% on tg33 are now getting released on a compilation CD. other sounds just TG33 sounds and fx (the hall/early reflections reverb) That has to be teastament to the fact that 1)TG33 KIKS ASS 2)My tunes stand the test of time (9 yrs old and getting relased now) ok i being a bit big headed but hear them for yourselves. CD fom or (all 100% tg33)


Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jun-03-2002 at 09:18
Klaus Paulsen a professional user writes:
A padmachine, indeed. Wonderfull evolving pads, strings and even good analogue-like basses and brasses. But get a SY35, because of more samples and 16 Bit instead of 12Bit

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-20-2002 at 07:46
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