Solton in general Reviews
Product Type: Solton keyboards and synthesizers
Newest Review: ... goes through a Lowrey organ perfectly whereas the Technics Smac & the Roland RA 90 wouldnt let the voices through except very ... more
Customer Solton in general Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/07/01, updated on 04/07/01 (Very useful, 429 readings)
I have been playing keyboards & organs for the past 10years everyone knows the excited feeling of setting up the new instrument & getting used to all the sounds & rhythms. Then the let down gradually as it wont quite do that bit extra that we want.then along came the Solton Ketron X expander it goes through a Lowrey organ perfectly whereas the Technics Smac & the Roland RA 90 wouldnt let the voices through except very quietly. It has 199 rhythms, nothing very new in that,but the are very full right from the basic patten through 4 fill ins leading up to the full patten sound. A disk drive is on board of course but instead of ... Read the complete review
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