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    old equipment question!

    hello all, how the hell are you!?

    i recently gained a Roland Tr707 Rhythm Composer. i really dont know where to start with this.
    ive used KORG EA's and ER's and they seem a little more simple than this old device. it seems a waste to leave it lying around, it cant have had much use, it still has original Roland batteries in it, although it works through mains too.

    anyone offering any advice, it would be much appreciated.

    Jam

    edit : i also have a Aphex systems studio clock...wat the hell is it used for?!

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    heres the manual to download for the 707
    TR707 manual
    www.off-the-cuff.com

    www.myspace.com/offthecuffinfo

    (Not my Myspace btw..just promoting a friends music)

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    cheers book marked for a sensible time to read

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    Sell it! don't bother with it mess aroud with new Technology instead,you will benefit more from it depending what you want out if it that is....
    https://www.discogs.com/seller/DJ.Monty/profile <------------------ My Discogs Store
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/montys-vinyl-store <----------------------- My eBay Store

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    Quote Originally Posted by montydj View Post
    Sell it! don't bother with it mess aroud with new Technology instead,you will benefit more from it depending what you want out if it that is....
    Have a word with yourself outside!

    Keep it, it's a piece of house music history, not as good as the TR-909 (the king of dance drum machines which the bass drum became THE house standard)

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    Fair enough if he is a collector then keep it but if he is making modern electronic music {for this generation} lol he will have no use for it will just make his music sound old and time is precious,i would rather help people with there production what to use etc that thing will just slow him down....

    Now where did i put Jimmy Hendrix guitar!

    Here it is in my Robin Reliant...
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    Quote Originally Posted by montydj View Post
    Sell it! don't bother with it mess aroud with new Technology instead,you will benefit more from it depending what you want out if it that is....
    and how much would it sell for? think i will keep it

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    They sell for about 70

    If you had a TR-909, you'd be minted as they sell for 900 +

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue jammer View Post
    They sell for about 70

    If you had a TR-909, you'd be minted as they sell for 900 +
    jeez! there is a difference then i guess. ill read the manual and keep an eye on ebay see what me best bets are. cheers all.

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    "Aphex systems studio clock"

    google it m8 bound to find something on it!

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