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Old 17th January 2003, 01:23 PM   #1
sangram is offline sangram  India
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Default Reparing a Roland Keyboard/synth

Hi

We've got a new kid in our band. He's like 14 years old, but a really good piano player.

He's got a Roland Synth, which has an output level of around 2 mV. I have to crank my guitar amp to a prodiguous (?) 10 to get a level of sound to jam to.

I've been thinking of offering to open it up and fix it, but I'm not sure of putting forward an offer I will not be able to fulfil.

Do you think it's worth trying, or should the kid buy a new toy?
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