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Multitimbral keyboard with drawbar and piano sounds.


theGman

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Is there one really good one of these available now, or should I wait for the new Mojo?

 

I might have posted something like this back a number of years, but wanted to be updated. Thanks in advance!

 

Paul

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You've only given 2 criteria, so I'm waiting to see all your replies where you reject suggestions because of all the information you haven't posted in your 2-sentence thread, but I'll bite ;) :

 

Roland VR09

Kurzweil PC3 series, Artis, and Forte

Nord Electro 5D or 4D corrected, thanks Scott.

 

Anyone else want to play? :rawk:

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The Crumar 2 manual controller thingy that isn't a Mojo looks cool. I think they call the brains the Gemini.

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Roland VR09

Kurzweil PC3 series, Artis, and Forte

Nord Electro 5D or 4D

 

Anyone else want to play? :rawk:

E4D is not multitimbral

 

Not sure if OP wants actual drawbars or merely drawbar sounds. If the former, Kurzweils don't actually have drawbars (or drawfaders), but if actual drawbars aesthetics/ergonomics are not necessary, they pass, along with Kronos, Casio XW-P1, and probably Kawai MP7 and other Nords (other E5 and Stage models), and without the same kind of real-time access, maybe even Roland FA or Jupiter 50/80.

 

But with drawbars of a sort:

Roland VR09 (and VR700 if you can still find one)

Nord Electro 5D

Mojo

Hammond SK1/2

 

But yeah, more info would be better. Type of action? Budget? Size/weight considerations?

 

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