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Re: yamaha a5000 (2000)
« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2018, 04:00:13 AM »
Here is an old review from Gearslutz's Don Solaris.

http://www.donsolaris.com/?p=764

The encoders are the weak point on these samplers and if you're not afraid of using a soldering iron, they can be replaced for approx $30.

Great sounding sampler, check out the mp3's in the above link. Most are made just using a simple saw wave.