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Viewing topic "New found respect for the PF board"

     
Posted on: February 23, 2008 @ 06:27 AM
tmg1968
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Joined  11-11-2004
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I am a second time owner of the PLG-PF board, and i am sorry i sold my first one because now that i have reacquired the PF board, i have a totally new respect for it. It has the Motif “PowerGrand” patch as well as the S80’s S700 piano. In addition i have rediscovered some really nice piano/ep combos. some nice DX ep’s, rhodes etc. I know this sounds like an advertisement for a now obsolete product, but if you are an owner of a PF board and are considering selling it...don’t because you will be hard pressed to find the character that some of these pianos have.

-Terry

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Posted on: December 06, 2008 @ 12:12 AM
mx477
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Joined  11-17-2008
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Re: New found respect for the PF board

+1000000!!!  I’ve had an S80 for a while now and love it more and more each day and simply cannot imagine not having one.  For me it is perfect.  I just got the PF a week ago and love it...not only the for the actual sounds, but also cuz it lets you use 3 pedals for soft, sostenuto and sustain all at once, not to mention that it’s got some pianos in stretch tuning!  For me it is hands down the best value for the money when it comes to piano and EP sounds...and independant of that I think iit holds up really well against ANYTHING else out there regardless of cost or “newness”!  Keep on rockin’!!!!


Matt

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Posted on: December 06, 2008 @ 03:07 AM
Bif
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Joined  08-18-2003
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Re: New found respect for the PF board

Terry,

This is pretty interesting considering the fact that you own the Kawai MP. Are you saying the PF board offers unique alternative piano sounds? Would you still go to the Kawai for straight-up solo piano stuff?
I’m curious how the PF board and the Kawai complement each other or how they are different.

Greg

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