|Synth Site: multivox: mx2000: User reviews Add review|
|Average rating: 5.0 out of 5|
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|Beans Happy a hobbyist user from uk writes:|
The MX-2000 is basically a copy of the Roland SH-2000(or is the Roland a copy of the MX??), and apparently is identical circuit-wise to the Roland. There is also an MX-2000 Duo version with a 2nd oscillator which is extremely rare and even harder to find than the standard version, thats the type I have. I'm not sure but I think the Multivox MX-880 and 880 duo are the same synths with different names. The sound of this thing is really great and the presets don't limit the sounds you can make as much as I thought they would. It is great fun to play and I love it. Somehow i got it for Â£70 from someone who didn't know what it was and just wanted it out the way, I love it so much though that if it was stolen or something I would not hesitate buying another one even for Â£500+ if that was the asking price, it is worth every penny and like the last reviewer said, if you find one, buy it.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jan-18-2007 at 18:20|
|William Good a hobbyist user from Tucson USA writes:|
The MX-2000 is a somewhat rare 2 oscillator synth with some very meaty, very analogue sounding instrument patches. Perfect for making screaming DnB style basslines. Not the cleanest sound in the world but for most this is probably not a bad thing. It would take an extremely talented effort with software such as absynth to even come close to the actual analog sound of this synth. If you can find one buy it. I got mine for $5 at a yard sale. Arguably the best find of my life. I have heard of these selling for as much as $600. A true analog enthusiasts dream. Made in Japan in the late 70's. Monophonic 3 octave keyboard. Bad Ass. NO MIDI, CV + GATE, LEAD THE MACHINES!!!
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-09-2004 at 03:51|
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