|Original List Price||$1195|
|Tones & Patches||8 tones|
|Type of Synthesis||Analogue Synthisis|
|Effects||Chorus, Flanger, 2 Tremolo types|
|Sequencer or Arpeggio||none|
|Outputs||2 - Out L & R|
|I got this the morning of a Bėker show, and I really didn't have any time to do anything with it. I made sure it worked and screwed it into a rack and was off. The next couple of days I was also busy but the MKS-10 was on my mind. So I finally had an afternoon to play with it. I hooked it up to the MKB-300 and checked out the sounds. So the piano sounds are, well, horrible. The Clav sounds are OK. The Harpsichord sounds are OK, and the E piano sounds are maybe not authentic but very nice and very usable. Where things start to get cooking though, is with the effects. The chorus really turns the Piano sound into something playable. The Flanger is really good on pretty much anything. And the 2 tremoloes are very cool and retro sounding. Soon after adding it into the huge chain of stuff I had a song (2nd Place) that relies heavily on it. I could have easily used the EP-11 for the Piano and Harpsichord sounds and ran it through the GP-8. But the tremolo and the Clav and EP sounds are unique to this RM. In a certain way I probably paid too much for this, but the way prices are these days (just in case this is lost on you, they are crazy) I am probably lucky to have just paid 100$. I wouldn't recommend this rack module to anyone, unless you can get if for REALLY cheap! I do like it and am happy I have it.
|I rate it
I bought it for 100$ c
I owned it from May 2014 - present
Current PrePay value 84$ us
of my keyboard
cosmeticaly There are a few scratches on the top and back and it is missing the power button cap.
electronically Seems fine
2016: Although not used alot, it is hooked up in rack 1
2014: made its way from one rack to another.
- notes tips and many Docs including manuals for the whole mks line !!