What's a good affordable analog bass synth

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Shleed
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Post by Shleed » Mon Jul 30, 2007 3:02 pm

Another one for the MFB Synth II. A great lil' beast.

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Post by bill H. » Mon Jul 30, 2007 7:44 pm

Question: How about an Evolver? Don't have one. That's why I'm asking, for my personal knowledge also.

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Post by miket156 » Mon Jul 30, 2007 7:47 pm

Moog Source, hands down. You can't beat the sound for the $$$. Typically go for 700 to 800 bucks on Ebay. I own one, and had Moog Taurus One bass pedals. Closest sound to the Taurus that I know of. They are less expensive the a Moog LP, have more features, and can be upgraded to MIDI with additional patch memory if you looking for those capabilities. I don't have then MIDI on mine or a memory upgrade. I heard for a few "collectors" that any modifications to a vintage synth detracts from their value. A "Player" might not care, but a collector might.

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Post by SecretAsianMan » Tue Jul 31, 2007 12:55 am

Studio Electronics?

How about a used ATC-X with all four filter cartridges, or a used SE-1...

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Post by toonelind » Tue Jul 31, 2007 8:37 am

bill H. wrote:Question: How about an Evolver? Don't have one. That's why I'm asking, for my personal knowledge also.
i would choose atc-x over evolver, if you want deep and beefy bass.

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Post by Gorskytron » Wed Aug 01, 2007 8:03 am

Pro one or SH-101 are very good choices!

I got a pro one for $645 and I have never been happier with an instrument. It is very versatile and fantastic as a bass synth...I highly recommend it if your trying to stay in the 600-700 range and can find one for sale in that

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