I bought mine used on Ebay back in late June I think. A musician had to sell his gear to pay bills and sold an A6 and a V-Synth to a pawn shop. The pawn shop listed it online and I grabbed it. Now that I have it, I love it. The only two problems I have ran into are, when using the pitch bend wheel, it tends to edit random parameters and the LCD spazzes out. Also my internal digital effects never turn on. I doubt this is something batch related.. just the pitch wheel needs cleaning and something inside may be installed wrong for the digital effects. It looks like whoever had this before opened it up, so eventually I'll open it up and check things out. I think I am the 2nd or 3rd owner.Sir Ruff wrote:When did you get your current one? what are the problems with it? do you think those faults will have been recitifed in the new version?
That's what I'm most curious about-if there's been any changes to these compared to the last batch.
For a modern analog polysynth it does seem to have a fair few problems with different batches. I think this puts off a lot of people. But since it is so huge, that's probably why it has problems. It has so much in it. The problems I have heard about don't seem that bad though. The current batch being sold should be fine. I think it was some units made back in 2003 that had the problems.
Still debating on whether to get a new one or not.. :-k