Synth Site: Casio: CZ5000 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.9 out of 5
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Bjorn Nillson a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
I recently bought a used Casio CZ5000. Just because i got it cheap. I had a little concern about storing data (songs) since the are no diskdrive or any simple way to store them.The sounds are ok for now..but..i can only fit one song before i have to erase it. I used to have a Data Tape recorder from an old Home computer with an 8 pole din cable..to store both sounds and songs. But that was many years ago.Have had 3 CZ5000 hehe. But now i can't find such thing..and that is the only way to save the songs (Music Terminal output at the back "MT") Can anyone point me in some direction to get my hands on a similar device..the tape recorder i mean) because i'm getting a little frustrated now...not able to save anything without erasing another. Thanx in advance...Bjorn. "pentaxz2@hotmail.com"

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Monday-Nov-28-2011 at 03:23
Mr Sinsitizer a professional user from United States writes:
OMG love happened!!! Does anyone know why this synth has guts do you? Really do you? It's a time warp a sinsitizer of mass cultural ability. You can not get more Japanamerican than this. Awesome oh get serious, you think it sounds cheezy? Synths that are from 1985 sounded like this IDC what synth you played. Damn. I'm giving it 5 of 5 for the fact it make me grove and feel good!!! BTW Yamahack keyboard blow!!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Aug-27-2011 at 00:47
the forever a part-time user from uk writes:
The casio cz5000 is an amzing digital synthesiser and would be worth a fortune if it had roland or moog instead of casio. It has a vast synth layout with 8 stage envelopes,loads of waveform choices and sounds great. If you like Boards of Canada you will love this synth,why these synths are so cheap is beyond me but I suspect that someday these will be worth a fortune. Can make any sound from deep bass to beautiful haunting pads and strings. 5 out of 5.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-04-2009 at 18:06
Rick a hobbyist user from United States writes:
I love my cz-5000. I just bought it a couple days ago at a pawn shop for 135.00. Making patches is fun and easy. At first all my created patches would be erased when I turned the keyboard off. I looked on the bottom side of it and , low and behold,,,a battery compartment!! I opened it and found the original Casio double A batteries still installed. They were not even corroded. Everything's in perfect condition. I'm sure the neighbors are gonna wonder what all those strange noises are. LOL

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-22-2008 at 00:24
Arthur Byerly a part-time user from Great Bend, Ks writes:
I bought this to replace my cz-3000 I stupidly sold. When I first removed it from the packaging it was old hat to me. Everything was familiar from the 3000 except the sequencer. Of course I don't use it for long studio type stuff. Using it as a scetch-pad device it serves well. The sound...oh man the sound. It can sound thin, crisp with dx-ish type pads and bells. It can also be mean, aggressive, fat and very analogish. I like the balance. I've never really had a complaint about this so far. I bought it in kinda ratty condition so if I had any negative opinions, it would be about the previous owner "fibbing" on its real condition. To sum things up. It's distinctive, it's grumbly and its pretty easy to program. I suggest it for beginners and experts alike. You just can't go wrong

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Oct-08-2005 at 22:48
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