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    I have about 200-250 burning a hole in my pocket and I need a full sized controller. I have a pretty good set of sound modules that I use and here lies the deliemma. Should I get a new controller with no sounds or a used keyboard with sounds? A wise man once told me that you can never have enough sounds. Hmmmmm? What to do, What to do?

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    Personally?
    If you have already started down the sound module path, I'd say go ahead and get the good controller, unless there is a very compelling reason for sound as part of your controller. You can always acquire more modules.
    But your wise friend is correct, can't have too many sounds.

    I'd be interested to know what you get for 200-250.

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    Fatar/Studiologic has a few good dedicated controllers (no sounds). They have a couple 61-note controllers in your price range. Check 'em out.

    Rev E

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    Rev those are exactly the controllers I've been looking at. Good eye!

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    I personally am scared of used gear, but most
    people have good luck there. If I had a choice,
    I would rather have a keyboard with sound too,
    your wise man is right.

    I have a controller and two modules, works great.
    The price for a controller will probably be
    the best way to go.

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