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The Boy Blade writes:
Like a little brother to the Minimoog. Good for lead driven squelchy noises. Bass sounds great too but just doesn't seems to go that little bit futher that it's unrelated godfather does. I got one as a favour for loads of work through a mate but second hand they can be quite expensive. I say can because there were only 10,000 produced worldwide which is quite rare, but saying that not enough is really known about this forgotten gem of a keyboard - hence SonicState one of my favourite sites, didn't know!!?! If you are after really tasty lead with a down to earth bass sound then get one of these - if you can find one!! Very hands on and looks cool too...

Comments About the Sounds:
Cool sweeping space filter sound, good envelope and LFO, good for lead and bass.

(Thanks to The Boy Blade for this info.)

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