Synth Site: Alesis: QS7.1: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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paul mack a hobbyist user from midwest writes:
wow...i unfortunately sold mine about 6 months ago...looked and played with a few korgs...and i'm now ready to buy back my other syntsh even come close to teh Piano is PERFECT...the strings are very good...but the organs and pianos are the best i've is expandable...some of the drums are allright...most are pretty wack...but overall, this thing is the best performance for price synth out there!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-06-2002 at 09:19
Jonny a professional user from UK writes:
The QS7 is a very good ROMpler synth. The effects are exellent as is the overall sound quality. The only major problem I have with it is the lack of filters! It's great for pads (Thats what I mainly use it for) But it's analog sounds are only okay.

If your after as synth that can do every sound under the sun and gives you good real time controlers, then the QS7 is a good choice. You can find it dirt cheap secondhand these days.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Feb-21-2002 at 11:59
Jeff a part-time user from USA writes:
I picked up a QS7.1 last year when my poor old ESQ-1's motherboard fried. I've been using it for live playing at least once a week for over 8 months and absolutly love it! I'm mostly using the Organs and Pads, with some Brass, String and Electric Piano. The many Hammond style organ sounds are killer, and there are some real good Rhodes and Wurly pianos for it too. I got in on the free Q-card offer, and got the Vintage Keys, lots of great sounds on that. With at least one rehersal and gig away from home each week, I also like that it weighs in at only 32 pounds, even with the 76 keys. For the money, this board is about as good as it gets.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jul-13-2001 at 18:52
Rick Kreuzer a professional user from Phoenix, AZ writes:
I just can't believe some of the comments listed here. I purchased my QS7 about 4 years ago strictly as a supplemental and backup board. It's outlasted every other board on my rack! It's light and portable, it's got a great price point, it's EXPANDABLE, and most of all it sounds GREAT on stage! I still consider this my 'go to' board. I also use a Kurzweil PC2, a Roland XP80, and Kurzweil K2vxs. Hands down, it totally sounds better and would definately place bets that it will outlast some of my newer boards! It has never let me down--if it does, you can bet I'll have another one ASAP! You can't go wrong with this one for around a thousand bucks!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jun-04-2001 at 16:55
lee woodstock a professional user from kailua, hi writes:
i lost a very decent synth when my landlady dumped a ton of draino into her pipes and it downloaded onto my compute/workstation. i replaced her with a new qs7. wow. the q cards are incredible. i have always wanted a real mellotron but they are hard to find, so i bought the classical, vintagesynth, vintage keyboards q cards. the vintage card comes with plenty of sampled mellotron and is very close to being the best mellotron sounds i have ever heard on a synth. as geat as the new korg triton is, i find the qs7 superior with the built in stringts to. i would give this keyboard "two octaves up)

posted Tuesday-Aug-08-2000 at 01:43
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