#1
I want a cheap (preferably in the $100 to $200 range) set of keyboards that I can talk box on, 88 keys, different tones (instrument sounds, etc.), and the keyboard equivalent of a tremolo (call me a noob, but I have no idea what the name is. The little thing on the side of a lot of keyboards to distort the tone).


I know I am being very vague and dumb in my descriptions, but I have no knowledge of keyboards.
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#3
Its a pitch shifter wheel i think

Gear:
Ibanez JPM P100A
Schecter C7 Loomis
Ibanez Rg1570
Agile Intrepid 828 Pro Dual
Schecter Omen FR Extreme
Ibanez RG550 (Fernandez Sustainer)
Laney World Series 120-TR
POD X3 Live
#4
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I want a cheap (preferably in the $100 to $200 range) set of keyboards that I can talk box on, 88 keys, different tones (instrument sounds, etc.), and the keyboard equivalent of a tremolo (call me a noob, but I have no idea what the name is. The little thing on the side of a lot of keyboards to distort the tone).


I know I am being very vague and dumb in my descriptions, but I have no knowledge of keyboards.



its called a pitch bend. and idk if you can get a good one like that for less than $200...especially with 88 keys. i just got a nice 76 key for 300. its a casio wk-3300 and i love it. it sounds like what your describing.
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#5
You aren't going to find a new 88 keyboard with any extras for that price. anything with 88 keys in that range is just going to be a midi controller.

Tremolo on a keyboard is still called tremolo. As people have pointed out, you probably want the pitch bend wheel.
And when you say talk box do you mean you want one with a built in vocoder, or you are going to plug a talk box into one?
#7
I guess it doesn't have to be 88 keys, and I already have a talk box, if that helps it at all.
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#8
Nothing really. The cheapest keyboard I know of with a vocoder ("talkbox" for keyboards) is a microKORG and it only has 30-some-odd keys and still costs $400 or so. You're going to need a budget of at least 3 times as much if you want anything remotely professional.
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#9
I don't want anything professional. I honestly couldn't care less if it were a Yamaha DX-100 or a random keyboard from Target as long as it has a pitch bend and the standard keyboard functions for a low price.
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