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CaptnWar

Talking about digital pianos/keyboards/MIDI controllers...

What is everyone using here?

What have you played, don't own, but want the most?

What have you not used yet, but are looking forward to most?

Amps/Effects/Mods/Etc...you own/want?

Talking about digital pianos/keyboards/MIDI controllers...

What is everyone using here?

What have you played, don't own, but want the most?

What have you not used yet, but are looking forward to most?

Amps/Effects/Mods/Etc...you own/want?

Posted: Sep 28, 2008 5:07 PM - Quote - Report!

Echoplex

Alesis micron + M-Audio 49 key controler going into the aux. in of my guitar amp. Alesis micron + M-Audio 49 key controler going into the aux. in of my guitar amp.
Posted: Jan 3, 2009 7:44 PM - Quote - Report!

lefthandman9876

just a cheap 2 octave behringer USB midi controller and FL at the moment

god i want a microkorg though..
just a cheap 2 octave behringer USB midi controller and FL at the moment

god i want a microkorg though..
Posted: Mar 23, 2009 11:08 PM - Quote - Report!

CaptnWar

In total I technically have three digital keyboards, two seem more like toys. Casio SA8 : otherwise known as the '25 sound tone bank'. Can't even play full chords on this, it only produces two notes at once. Casio PT82 : apparently really good for learning on your own. My dude used the lessons feature to learn rhythm when he young. Now he is the best metal drummer in our county. I won't say best in our province, someday he could be. His first band : http://www.myspace.com/moltar Latest band : http://www.myspace.com/corpuschaos Yamaha PSRE413 : finally my first polyphonic machine (now I can learn & play chords). USB connection, can be used as a MIDI controller. Education suite tests and grades your performance throughout the hundreds of lessons. plus a shit load of other features I'm too lazy to list. In total I technically have three digital keyboards, two seem more like toys.

Casio SA8 : otherwise known as the '25 sound tone bank'. Can't even play full chords on this, it only produces two notes at once.

Casio PT82 : apparently really good for learning on your own. My dude used the lessons feature to learn rhythm when he young. Now he is the best metal drummer in our county. I won't say best in our province, someday he could be.
His first band : http://www.myspace.com/moltar
Latest band : http://www.myspace.com/corpuschaos

Yamaha PSRE413 : finally my first polyphonic machine (now I can learn & play chords). USB connection, can be used as a MIDI controller. Education suite tests and grades your performance throughout the hundreds of lessons. plus a shit load of other features I'm too lazy to list.
Posted: Jun 10, 2009 6:49 PM - Quote - Report!

hauntu4ever

my little 61-key YPT-200. want a Fantom G, but It'll be a while to say the least xD and the new AX-SYNTH. my little 61-key YPT-200.

want a Fantom G, but It'll be a while to say the least xD

and the new AX-SYNTH.
Posted: Sep 23, 2009 1:42 AM - Quote - Report!
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