Synth Site: Yamaha: TG-300 module: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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Monkey Lewis a professional user from Pradrium writes:
Deal with it folks....this synth is the future. it's got the sounds that the kids will crave in about a year and a half. The screen is killer, all you have to do is turn it on to fall in love. The dry, digital, and thin sounds make some early shania twain sound phat. Did I mention the size of this module it's perfect for gigs where you got to strap on your synths to your ass and what not. I did this one show with this thing where I used it as a fake ass, and it made cool sounds, not that my ass doesn't make cool sounds anyway....my ass does a great Prophet 5, screw that virtual synth bogus crap, you should hear this piece man!!! TG-300 all the way, forgot everthing, and blow digital air!!!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Apr-04-2000 at 02:44
DJLord from Finland writes:
I have sold mine time ago and I don't miss it. It's cheap but if u have other synths it don't give just nothing. Only effect section and screen are nice, sounds are weak and crap. Basic and simple editing, so it's easy to make own sounds. But if u can't afford, this is cheap budget GM-module and little more. If u want GM sounds, Roland makes best of them. I have owned yamaha cs1x, tg-300 and SW60XG and all them has poor GM sounds. Spare little money and buy cs1x they are cheap nowadays!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-26-1999 at 06:21
Sheun Olatunbosun a hobbyist user from United Kingdom writes:
If you get one of these, prepare to do some serious editing. The presets are so crap and only demonstrate the unit as a very good GM tone module. But it's much more than that. It's possible to create your "meat'n'potato" synth lead lines and bass lines, but you can also create some monstrous sounds, especially when the effects are used (come on, you've got gems such as x-delay, symphonic and aural exciter). It's also possible to layer and layer and layer voices without the result becoming muddy too quickly. However, the downside is the editing. The lovely big screen and intuitive controls are let down by the poor menu navigation system. But if you persevere, you will be rewarded. This box must be exercised to get the best from it. I love it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:23
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