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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Rich Mahoney a professional user from usa writes:
Does anyone know what kind and where the battery is located on The Synthplus? Mine says battery low and I took it apart but I don't see a battery.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Apr-28-2011 at 10:45
bryun a hobbyist user from palmdale CA writes:
Picked this up at a thirft sotre and it was in amazingly flawless condition, looks brand new out of the box... I was really excited to get it going but I was really let down by the presets. feeling bummed out I decided to try programming which I figured out instantly, no need for a manual, and wow! This can make some truly eerie, lovely, charming analog-esque sounds. Especially with a little delay and reverb. The memory (user) bank really surprised me, as most of the patches in there are awesome! Roland should have left those for the default presets because they show this synth off way better than the defaults do. Very cool and very easy to program, pick one up when you find it cheap!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-14-2005 at 01:29
Gary from USA writes:
This keyboard is exactly like the Juno 1, just prettied up a bit for the home/hobby market. It has full MIDI, the Alpha dial, pitch bender/modulation stick, stereo outputs... etc. I always wanted a Juno 1 and since this was only $40 BUCKS! I had to get it. I love the sound, I have many other synths, but this is the one to use when an 80's sound is wanted. The only thing I don't like about it are the membrane buttons... they all work, but they feel pretty cheezy. The first poster was incorrect, the PG300 programmer will work with this unit fine... but it will also cost you more than $40! Overall, a really fun keyboard.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jul-12-2004 at 01:30
Rylan a professional user from Los Angeles writes:
I really like this synth i picked it up in a used music shop for about $300 last year knowing nothing about the unit, just took a test drive and was impressed by the sounds. It has kept me happy so far the only problem i have with it is the editing parameters are menu driven it would be nice to have the tone modifying controls as knobs or something for better real time control. Buy it and Sample it IMHO.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Apr-27-2004 at 00:36
Jason writes:
Well first off i just want to say i really like this synth, it was my first "real" synthesizer, and i try and use it in all my recordings. as everyone else said yes its just like the Alpha Juno 1. same patches, same interface, same everything, 6 note poly, 128 patches 64 preset, 64 user. if you work at it you can get some really neat as well as odd patches out of it. keep it pure

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-24-2002 at 19:43
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