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Average rating: 3.3 out of 5
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cleaning lady a professional user from australia writes:
i think this little unit kicks serious bottom for DUB and NOISE gigs !!! i've had one for about 5 years and have used it on countless live gigs and recordings . i think the key with this one is use it with a good analog delay , use the long decay setting and trigger it manually but sparingly.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Saturday-Mar-01-2003 at 18:59
lincoln a part-time user from austrailia writes:
my mate had was wicked.brilliant love one of my own though.the electronic pecussion sounds are personally better than my korg electribe er1.triggerered from the korg it worked good guns.what more can you say.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-17-2001 at 01:14
polaroid a professional user from all over the place writes:
I must say I had expected this little thing to sound way better than it does. "phat" and "warm" are certainly not fitting descriptions of the PC-2. What it does best is make people laugh because of its hilarious Commodore-64 imitations. But if you´re into that sort of thing then by all means. Just make sure you don´t pay too much for it , like I did. Really , if you have *any* monosynth with a Sample & Hold feature then you won´t be needing the PC-2. save your money.

I had fun triggering it from my 808 though...but eventually I sold it. Find yourself the HC-2 clapper brother instead , much more useful. (I kept that one)

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-22-2001 at 20:50
mark lanonilaina a professional user from douglass writes:
i love the boss pc-2, it is good. i love figs, they are good. when i hit the boss synth, i get PHAT vintage, analog, warm is totally off the hook yo. i love this device, i love it

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-22-2001 at 02:31
jeff ford a professional user from usa writes:
wow for 20 bucks it's worth it! trigger it with a drum machine and look out. especially good with a filter between it and your mixer. not something i would try to find but pleased to come across. this sucker looks really hip next to a dr-55 as well. it begs for mods. i give it a 3 because it was so cheap but acually sounds damn fine for strange percussion bleeps and sweeps. I plugged this thing into the new moogerfooger filter. very hip,just don't expect much bass or leads.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-16-1999 at 23:56
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