Two happy chaps in all of America with a MS each and two not so happy chaps in the UK trying to get rid of their MSs, alas they have no takers.
BTW Victor, what made you buy the MS in the first place, where did you hear it and where did you try it.
Tony, I was complaining in this forum about the high price of arrangers in my country and asking about Vst and computers as a different option. Domenic contacted me privately and offered me a MS available in my country in the hands of a former software developer of Lionstracs working here. He asked for $1000 euros and actually gave me 2 units, the second one not working, only for spare parts (though I think I could fix it with the help of a technician). I was tempted because I also needed a good keybed like the fatar keys to improve my homemade organ (see my avatar). So I finally tried it at.... home! However Dom told me I could return them if I regreted. It was kind of a headache and dissapointing too at first, I pretended a "ready to play" instrument and it was of a different kind computer based instrument. Later I separated the main panel and the keys and it suited perfectly well to make my "organ" allowing me to place my Psr s900 on top and behind the Ms panel.
I would not recomend this instrument to anyone in this forum, it is more like a workstation than anything else and very expensive considering the real price.
I just wanted to notice here I like it very much and want it even heavier
, considering the mocking intention of this post.
PS. TOTL arranger prices in Argentina:
Korg Pa3X: Us$ 5,700
Tyros 4: not available
Tyros 3: Us$ 8,500 (only one unit nobody is going to buy)
Ketron or other brands: nonexistent