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Bryan Schultz writes:
If you want a rock solid keybaord that has great sounds, buy a unit like this. Although, the acoustical instruments are sometimes lacking (Such as the piano) this unit has a TON of positives. It's sounds are crisp and warm. You can get a lot of output on this board, too. It's built like a TANK... I don't know why Peavey built such a heavy casing. But, this unit is here to stay and built to last!

Comments About the Sounds:
Sounds are great synth stuff. Acoustical sounds are OK. Orchestral stuff is good but throw the piano away. I have two killer patches that I use all the time. One is a spittin image electric guitar. (I have people come up to me and ask me who my guitar player is!) and an Awesome B-3 that has controllable Leslie and "Brightness" function that acts light the "footage" pedals on a hammond.

(Thanks to Bryan Schultz for this info.)

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