Synth Site: Casio: WK3000: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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daryl a professional user from usa writes:
I purchased the wk-3000 basically to use as a portable practice keyboard. After having play most of the major brands of keyboards, I was pleasantly surprised by the sounds that i was able to get. Editing on this turned out to be a snap! I just start with a patch that is close to the sound I want and tweak it using the synth function! B-3 sounds are pretty good. However, I did find some of the effects to be a bit cheesy. If you can find a used one at a decent price, grab it!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-26-2009 at 23:35
DC 10 a part-time user from USA writes:
I woulda/coulda given this CASIO a 5 for what it does at this price point only - However, CASIO could have done four things with this unit - 1) make into a module 2) makit with 48/64 voice poly 3) make the outputs a little less noisy, and and 4)USB then it would have been absolutely fantastic for the price - Sound wise can't beat with a stick... Progammablity ok for what it does... SMart Media card great addition - again USB would have been nice too... Basically you get alot of good usable sounds at a great price - probably comparable to 96-2000 synths - Buy one cheap and use it as a sound module to fatten up sounds - and It is fantastic at doing just that... Organ sounds are excellent rivals Korg, Roland and Yamaha easily - the acustic sounds are heavy on reverb, but not that bad... Get one cheap if you can - you'll be amazed at the sounds that this thing can produce...

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-07-2007 at 00:17
Anthony Bennett a hobbyist user from usa writes:
To be honest, I'm very disappointed with the 3000. I sold my 1800 to get this one and that was a mistake. The layered sound on the 3000 are child like vs the 1800. When I hook the 3000 up to an amp, it really sounds cheap. I'll tell you the truth, the 1200,1250, 1300, 1350, 1600, 1630, 1800's are far more better boards than this one. My is thrown in a closet and I refuse to pull it out. Would sell it right now for 50 bucks

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-05-2007 at 13:22
Allen "Al" Hughes a professional user from U.S.A. writes:
I originally bought this board as an economical replacement for one of mine that broke down. I really felt like it wasn't going to do a good job....MAN, was I wrong..... Let's review..... General midi/300 advanced tones/ 100 user storage locations w/ editable effects PER user program...(and they're GOOD!), Organ station with 9 simulated drawbars w/percussion, key click, overdrive,4 leslie sims, 2 with ADJUSTABLE RISE AND FALL,pitch wheel, mod switch, smart media storage, Casio internet conversion software for system exclusive data dumps/downloads.... All for $300.00..............


Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-11-2005 at 20:19
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