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Peter Tzannes (PeterMC303@aol.com) writes:
Fun toy, although it's more fun when the batteries die and the sounds get distorted. Runs off 5 "aa"s. Built-in speaker. Preset drum patterns, rock, disco, swing etc.

Comments About the Sounds:
eight tones: piano, harpsichord, organ, violin, flute, horn, fantasy and mellow.

(Thanks to Peter Tzannes for this info.)
and Peter Tzannes for the pic

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x The Casio room at Synthmuseum.com History and technical information about Casio instruments.
x there's also a PT31 model; pretty much like PT30, with one exception - read "Description" below: PT31, has the cassette tape expansion adapter compartment underneath - exactly the same spex & device as the one in PT50. PT30 doesn't have that option at all!

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