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      04.07.2001 21:15
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      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 just buying rhythm disks for it, you can choose what rhythms you like & have the disk made up with only those loaded on it.Otherwise i always find about 4 out of say 10 rhythms are not used, the cost is no more for your own choices around £10 for the complete disk. The voices of the instruments are accurate the breathy sax wonderful.One touch play set ups absolutly fabulous,nothing needs tweaking. It could be easier to get around not as simple as Technics or Roland but well worth the effort to find out how..for anyone with an old organ or keyboard this is the expander to get..I would love to hear from anyone else who has one, I think they only came out this year


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