Synth Site: Peavey: DPM3se with DPM4 Waveset: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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James Fisher a part-time user from USA-Stone Mountain writes:
Have to agree about the DPM. Have a Motif and a XP-80 and I'll never give up the DPM. The richness of the sounds,ease of use and the sturdiness of the keyboard (built like a tank and mine has been dropped) makes it a keeper.May buy another one just for parts.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-06-2007 at 07:38
Jair-Rôhm Wells a professional user from Sweden writes:
Yo! The DPM3SE is destined to become one of the next "how did i miss that one" classics. A tremendously under-rated synth that has been the backbone of my set up since it was first released in the late S. If you come across one snap it up before the collectors notice this one and drive the prices up.

A big solid 'five' for this one!


Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-09-2004 at 20:29
Glen Sutton a part-time user from Atlanta, Georgia (USA) writes:
I have had my DPM3se since 1991 and love it. Although all of the switches have broken and been replaced a hundred times or so, I finally just pulled them all out. Peavey did not design the switches well at first, and sent me some replacements, but those broke as well. I need to find some more to replace them.

Otherwise I love the keyboard (the keys) as they are in my opinion some of the nicest kesys I have ever played on a synth., and for a long time used it as a controller for other synth modules.

I used to program it back in the early 90's for a company in NJ but never made any money on it, but got wonderful feedback on some of the analog sounds I made with it. It makes great analog sounds.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-26-2003 at 23:26
JBrash a part-time user from Marietta, GA writes:
Super easy to use. I just bought another to replace my first that was not woking right when I got it and dropped later. (Buy a case!) I use this in a cover band and program bass, string, horn and drum sequences, store them on floppy discs, load between sets and make money! I never used the sampler, but I think it's time to learn. Jeff

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Sep-10-2002 at 11:58
Jason Silver a professional user from Canada writes:
Have to agree. Been using it since it came out, and though there are some pretty sweet sounds on Korg synths, you know... Trinity etc, it's a kickin' keyboard. Love it. Jason _____________________________ <a href=""></a>

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-11-2002 at 14:12
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