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Old 21-04-2015, 05:25 PM   #5
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Re: The worst hardware you tried/owned

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Originally Posted by D_Davis View Post
I made about 10 albums using the DR-202. Love it to death. On a budget, there is nothing better. Good drum sounds that can be tweaked, a bass track, and a track to trigger sequences/samples.

It's super easy to use, to. Just hit record and play your beats! Couldn't be easier.

One of the last live bands I was in consisted of the DR-202 on drums, bass and keyboards, and three guitarists.

I just sold mine that I had since they were new last summer. My only complaint is that the the unit was noisy, and the outputs were not pro-quality.
True. Playing in drums isnt bad...but the "step" programming was obnoxious. ..

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