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#302502 - 12/13/99 12:11 PM Roland JV 20-80
Hein OLivier Offline
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Registered: 11/24/99
Posts: 47
Loc: Port Elizabeth South Africa
I did a lot of research about keyboards and am now of the opinion that I should settle for the JV 20-80 module as I am quite into sequencing. Can anybody please advise if this is a good choice. I hope that i posted my message in the correct forum....Regards

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#302503 - 12/13/99 05:58 PM Re: Roland JV 20-80
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Registered: 05/26/99
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Loc: Levittown, Pa, USA
Hein, The 2080 is a great choice. As a sound source it is unbeatable. Sequencing, with the selection of the non GM bank sounds can be rewarding, .Keep in mind that the playback of the sequences you perform will only be able to play correct on the 2080, although it may not be a problem if you use the 2080 primarily.....Fran
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#302504 - 12/14/99 11:19 AM Re: Roland JV 20-80
Hein OLivier Offline
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Registered: 11/24/99
Posts: 47
Loc: Port Elizabeth South Africa
Fran Carango
Thanks for your input. I think i will sacrifice quick arranging but certainly score on a multitude of quality sounds.Wonder what the price of expansion cards would be in the USA or the UK. Does anyone have an idea????. I am in South Africa...One pound=about R10-00 and one dollar= about 7-00(maybe slightly less)
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#302505 - 12/14/99 11:25 AM Re: Roland JV 20-80
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Loc: Levittown, Pa, USA
Hein , The Roland exspansion boards sell for $240 average in US...Fran
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#302506 - 12/15/99 09:28 AM Re: Roland JV 20-80
Hein OLivier Offline
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Registered: 11/24/99
Posts: 47
Loc: Port Elizabeth South Africa
Fran... thanks a lot...we pay about R1400-00 in the RSA.Lots of guys here agree with you about the 20-80..Hein

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