Synth Site: Casio: MT-240: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.2 out of 5
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Conor. a hobbyist user from Scotland writes:
I got one of these a year back from a special needs school car boot sale. I'm now getting a Yamaha VSS-200 but this was a great keyboard!

I have a yamaha aswell, but it's one of these crappy average keyboards, so i prefer to use this. A lot of people are pretty happy with the percussion sounds but i don't think they're great. I love the "Accordion" and "Synth-Reed" sounds. They're great. And I like the "Synth-Ens" sound. It's straight out of a tekken game!

It's a great, simple keyboard. First keyboard I ever got. I reccomend it to everyone who's starting keyboard or anyone who has a love for lo-fi, naff, 80's keyboards.

(Although, they keys could be a bit stronger. I've lost 3 keys. F and 2 F#s.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-13-2007 at 13:41
Bryun a hobbyist user from Palmdale CA writes:
I got this thing for 4.75 at the salvation army. I was dissapoimnted at first but when I realized its ability to combine sounds I fell in love. You can get great 80's bass and weird cymbal sounds. Weird that it has midi when it seems to be directed at general market consumers. Anybody know any sites on how to do secret stuff on this with MIDI? I really wanna know!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-17-2004 at 14:56
Arthur Byerly a part-time user from Usa writes:
My dad bought one of these when they were brand new, and i mean like within days of when they came out. Hes a big Casio "MT" nut so he flocked to this. 12 years or so later i bought one for my studio. Whats weird is it still sounds good after all these years. Theres really no un-usable tone on there. I heard theres hidden features that are unlockable through midi but havent been bored enough to try it. Heard of people hacking sounds through the sound chip, might try it myself. Anyways, to cut to the chase its a good preset synth. Great? Well, thats in the eye of the beholder. But for the prices they're going for, they are well worth it.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-16-2004 at 18:24
jim maher a part-time user from USA writes:
i borrowed this little gem from a friend for a months recently. it's crap but it's its own piece of crap. that means something. it's fun to do the two sounds at once thing and mix-n-match sounds until you find a decent combination.

If you've been looking for a cheap synth that can give you those funky disco grooves, the mt240 does em in spades! just match a beat to the auto-acomp. and do some simple chord progressions ... if you can get it for <$50, go for it.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-24-2001 at 09:29
P Bowers a part-time user from USA writes:
I just got my Casio MT-240 today at a yard sale for $3.00,it works perfectly. It will fit in nicely with my other keyboards that I own. I like it because its portable. I'm just learning how to record on it. I'm looking on the internet for a manual?

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-16-2001 at 07:06
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