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WTB: MFB Dominion #2953620 10/19/18 04:58 AM
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My year end bonus check comes in around thanksgiving. My plan at that time is to order a new MFB Dominion. If you have one to sell I'd like to know so long as you understand I won't be able to purchase until that check comes in....I believe Nov15 or so.


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Re: WTB: MFB Dominion [Re: J. Dan] #2953717 10/19/18 05:53 PM
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That looks pretty cool. Why not a used DSI pro2?


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Re: WTB: MFB Dominion [Re: Tonysounds] #2958331 11/17/18 02:58 AM
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Hey Tony, sorry for the delayed response. There were a couple threads and it was a long decision process. It started Here . At that point I narrowed it to either the Dominion 1 or the Sub 37, so I started This thread.

Long story short - progressive metal originals, specifically lead synth...I like some of the nastiness you can get with the various ring mod, hard sync and FM along with the many filter modes. Don't care for the ribbons but midi implementation would allow me to use my Kronos, or I may get used to the ribbons. Actually, I may bust out the AX7 with wireless midi which would put the issue to bed.

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