Originally Posted by JimboKeys
"I don't want to pay for features i'll never use". Well if you don't need the arpeggiator don't use it, but the company isn't going to be able to make a cheaper version for you by eliminating something that the R&D has already been paid for.
Good one.

I answer they should buy it for what they want. If what they want is worth the price, consider buying it, if not, don't. And I add questions:

Do you watch every channel on your TV?

Do you listen to every station on your radio?

Do you visit every site on the Internet?

Do you make every recipe in a cookbook?

Do you look up every word in a dictionary?

Do you ask for a discount if you don't?

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