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#450054 - 04/08/18 01:59 AM E-A7 Performances
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#450055 - 04/08/18 05:10 AM Re: E-A7 Performances [Re: synerjim]
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Jimmy great find. These guys are among the best of the best. They are schooled piano players; that allows them to take full advantage of what the keyboard has to offer.

I have been thinking of buying a Roland E a7 and this demo could almost do the trick. This is what I know: If I buy the keyboard and then bring it home I will learn, very quickly that IT IS NOT THE KEYBOARD, IT’S THE PLAYER. (Thank you Mr. Donny)
John C.

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#450056 - 04/08/18 05:14 AM Re: E-A7 Performances [Re: synerjim]
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Jimmy, since you own the Pa1000 and the Roland E A7 I woud be unterested in your opinino of the keyboards.

I have a Pa4x and a S970 -- and a tiny KMA which is fantastic.
John C.

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#450058 - 04/08/18 07:11 AM Re: E-A7 Performances [Re: synerjim]
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Jimmy great finds thanx for sharing,.......
The EA7 sounds amazing, like I said you have to DIG IN it's ALL in there for you to discover and create music....

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Edited by Dnj (04/08/18 07:12 AM)

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#450069 - 04/08/18 05:03 PM Re: E-A7 Performances [Re: synerjim]
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Thanks John, what I liked with the PA1000 is the built-in TC Helicon harmonizer, Songbook, touch screen, KAOSS feature and the powerful built-in speaker system. It's my all-in-one arranger.
I like most with the E-A7 is the real-time controls facility, simplicity to use/customized, punchy drums, usability of styles, smf chords extractor/display and of course, the weight! I'm using TC-Helicon Perform V with the E-A7 for vocal processing/harmonizing. BTW, I love my previous KMA, it's really great for travelling.

You're welcome Donny, I know you're settled and enjoying the E-A7. I can't blame you, it's a great, litte E-80 brother.
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SD90, Pa1000,Liverpool,TC Helicon Play Electric, Fender Sonoran Guitar, vArranger, Bose S1 Pros, Bose L1 Compact, Aiwa Exos-9

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#450082 - 04/09/18 04:01 AM Re: E-A7 Performances [Re: synerjim]
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Originally Posted By synerjim
Thanks John, what I liked with the PA1000 is the built-in TC Helicon harmonizer, Songbook, touch screen, KAOSS feature and the powerful built-in speaker system. It's my all-in-one arranger.
I like most with the E-A7 is the real-time controls facility, simplicity to use/customized, punchy drums, usability of styles, smf chords extractor/display and of course, the weight! I'm using TC-Helicon Perform V with the E-A7 for vocal processing/harmonizing. BTW, I love my previous KMA, it's really great for travelling.

You're welcome Donny, I know you're settled and enjoying the E-A7. I can't blame you, it's a great, litte E-80 brother.


Jimmy for now I am very happy with the EA7 it surprised the heck out of me in many ways, coupled with a TC Helicon Harmony Singer unit its a perfect match....it will certainly hold my interest for some time & it's fun to play. I Know down the road more gear will be developed and released and maybe if I get excited about something new I will only possibly ADD to what I have. cool2

good luck..

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