Synth Site: Korg: T2: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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joost a hobbyist user from San Diego writes:
I got my T2 in 1991 when living in the Netherlands. Must have been one of the first to arrive there. It is virtually in mint condition, no battery problems and still plays quite well. I've logged many many hours on this thing. Excellent out of the box sounds but I found programming it lacking capabilities compared to the analog synths. If only they had implemented a resonance filter and some feedback options...

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-30-2008 at 11:46
Justin Goodrich a professional user from california, USA writes:
ive had my t2 for 7 years now and have gigged heavily with it, it has seen better days but it still sounds great other than a little tempermental noise that comes and goes... and this thing has seen a lot so i give it credit love this boards key action, sound flexibility, and classic digital sounding AI synthesys system... the effects are also great as is the ease of programming... you can really get some great sounds out of this board without too much work! recommended for beginners and pros alike (this was my first keyboard)

however i dont like the joystick pitch bender at all... polyphony is adequate for gigging but is still pretty low (16)... the circular buttons seem a little flimsy and have caused me problems during gigs before, this keyboard is also very heavy! recommended to have in anybodys studio... but gigging with it just isn't worth it... you can get a x5d with close to the same sounds but none of the weight if you want to gig

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-22-2008 at 03:53
Stephen Funnell a hobbyist user from UK writes:
Just a hobby user - my T2EX was a present for my 15th birthday and has been great fun over the past 10 years, however even without gigging it's starting to show its age (internal battery gone, switches not working), but I guess these can be fixed. Polyphony is low, but the sounds are transatlantic smooth.. nice.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Apr-11-2001 at 11:30
Bryan Palmer a professional user from Seattle, Washington writes:
I bought my T-2EX on Ebay $550.00 last summer. Great investment!

After finding out that it takes M-1 samples I loaded up a huge library of over 3000 free ones over the net. I'm having a lot of fun with this one.

It has its 16 poly limitation (only drawback). I play live so my ten fingers are happy!

I highly recommend it for the vintage keyboard enthusiast.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-28-2001 at 16:22
Sam Edwards a professional user from U.K. writes:
I bought my T2 10 years ago and until just 2 years ago (when I was finally forced into putting it into retirement) it was my most used keyboard - doing the business for all manner of gigs. The 8 track sequencer was fantastic & so user friendly.Unfortunatly, the T2 is only 16 note polyphonic (not 32) so that became a bit of a drag but the sounds were great - even the pianos (checkout B51 & B11 for a great soft Rhodes sound)! I havn't sold it - & I never will (I've got too many discs full of stuff). It served me very well for a very long time.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-18-2000 at 19:58
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