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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Maci a professional user from USA writes:
Not much more to add to what's already been said. I LOVE this keyboard! As soon as I got it in the mail, I had written a couple songs within that hour! The sounds are so warmly inspirational I just can't put it down. The organs are great and I also found a sound somewhat similar to the intro organ in Strawberry Fields. The modulation buttons allow for some interesting, distinctive sounds. Once again, the sheer simplicity of these old Casio keyboards make them an invaluable songwriting tool. I just can't wait to record some of these sounds! Yes, the Farfisa 60s sounding organ is enough reason alone to own one of these.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-05-2004 at 03:03
lk a hobbyist user from philadelphia, pa writes:
found one at a yard sale outside philadelphia, pa... the casing is missing a two knobs, and has some writing on the keys but still makes a very interesting sound.

def worth the $3 i payed for it!!! has a nice electronic feel to the sounds, classic 80s cheese...

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-25-2004 at 13:44
Prince Dubby a professional user from Oregon, USA writes:
This one seems to be the magical Casio. I agree about the organ sound. Sounds sort of like a cross between a Farfisa and a really good old chord-organ. I like the flute, celestia, funny, and electric piano settings a lot as well. This one also has the BEST drum machine in it of any Casio I've seen. It's THE definitive 80's Casio beat library and has that analog punch instead of the thin way most Casio beats sound when recorded. Very cool how you can change the BPM with the knob from real slow to super fast. One more thing worth mentioning...this thing sounds frikkin' amazing with a Q-Tron. Everyone that's heard the MT-68 with the Q-Tron always seem visibly impressed! Great fun.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-16-2004 at 11:44
Vaughan a hobbyist user from Australia writes:
As a follow up to my previous review where I compared the MT-68 to another Casio with wooden cabinet (faux wood?), I have since found that the comparable model is the Casiotone 405. As well as looking a whole lot nicer, I think this model may also have featured full-size keys and had a variety of outputs and inputs. At least, this is what I assume from having seen photos of one on ebay. Good luck finding another one, they're as rare as hen's teeth!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jun-05-2004 at 21:43
Arthur Byerly writes:
Bought it on Ebay out of pure curiosity. For around 20 bucks with a hard case. I was really suprised. This thing has soul too it! The organ scared the crap outta me. Who woulda knew that such a small keyboard could do that? If anyone complains because its not like a mini-moog or whatever is insane. Dont compare it...just play it, and be satisfied!

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Friday-May-21-2004 at 14:43
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