Dave's gear through time

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Re: Dave's gear through time

Post by strangledinAuch » 26 May 2018, 18:48

the only thing I can remember is Korg

now that sounded really good
well why not,I always keep my socks on

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Re: Dave's gear through time

Post by Arthur Streeb-Greebling » 29 May 2018, 20:35

Damian wrote:
25 May 2018, 09:25
Keep meaning to post a larger article/opinion about this.
Please do.
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Re: Dave's gear through time

Post by droopsnoot » 30 May 2018, 10:12

Jon the Impaler wrote:
26 May 2018, 07:53
£200 isn't a lot to pay for something these days , I would think double that and you get far better
Would changing the keyboards themselves make all that much difference to the sounds, if all they do is control rack-mounted synths? Surely a block of keys is a block of keys, it just needs to be reliable (!) and feel right to the player?
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Re: Dave's gear through time

Post by dead ringer » 30 May 2018, 15:32

Come back Mr Organ Grinder, Could do with your expert opinion here mate, cheers.
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Would like to hear Dave's answer to your comment. Can't believe that Mr. Greenfield plays on shit equipment, especially because there's no necessary. Of course he can use the equipment which he finds the proper and excellent one for his playing.
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Dave is far too busy and has no time for interviews or comments on his gear!! :grin:

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Re: Dave's gear through time

Post by Greatkudu » 09 Jun 2018, 09:54

Certainly the richness of sound has gone,nothing to beat the old analogue sounds.But getting off tread it's the same with drums,older drum kits

sound better due to the wood used for shells now and the way they are produced.I think after 1983 the keyboard sound went down hill,but it's Daves

choice Yes Nord are great and they even do a new Hammond.Sometimes the keyboards sound better from gig to gig,but like someone said,none of

the Keyboards play a note on their own now as It's all put through a Midi system,hence The Roundhouse break down in 2007.

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