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Average rating: 3.3 out of 5
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Paddy a part-time user from Ireland writes:
Hi I've in my possession a " SUPER SOUND Drummer" Model CRM-260 that I've used for around 15-18 years without a problem playing it through a "Peavey XR 400B (200H power module) great sound ,wonderful choices of beats and tempos the bar manager knocked it off my amp tonight which cause it to cut out my guitar (bad earth I hope) so tomorrow a quick solder and hopeful it will do the trick I hate to retire it before myself a great little drummer never misses a beat, always shows up when I need him, does not drink, and works for nothing (pity he can't drive

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Jun-24-2011 at 22:53
KGstettner a professional user from germany writes:
The AK Drummer has, nevertheless 8 selectors for predefined rythms like walz, bossa nova, cha cha, etc... Together with the quite extensive speed control and the start button that does not reset the beat, to reset it you have to switch power on/off , theres still some interesting patterns to be produced simply by toggling the rythm switches. Together with my partner we had a great time feeding the little box into a sherman filterbank - I don't want to miss this little box in my studio... So if you get it cheap, it's a must for any experimental electronic musician

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-14-2002 at 11:18
ricardo barons a professional user from usa writes:
this info is incorrect about this drum box, the crm-260 was made in the late 90's by a toy manufacturer (note the size 6x2x4 inches) and uses the a vintage manufacter name of an extinct company called "Super Sound". the original Super Sound Drummer had CV/Gate inputs and outs and multiple outs for triggers/pedal/hi-lo output/click. an original "Super Sound" would most likely be a rare find as there are only 3 of them known to exist. This toy box is also known as the "AK Drummer Super Sound Drummer". Too bad this is a toy and not a reissue of the vintage product...buyers beware!

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-15-2001 at 14:56
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