Review of the Gakken SX-150

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Can anyone translate this review of the Gakken SX-150? At the end of the video it receives a 4-star rating, so we guess he likes it? If anyone knows more about this video, or any of his other 940 YouTube videos, let us know. Yeah, I said 940 videos! Check out his review of blue beer, Amazon manga, and the Korg Wavedrum. Fun!

12 thoughts on “Review of the Gakken SX-150

  1. Alex says:

    So he mentioned that synth software had just come out for the DS (Korg DS-10+) and now along comes another synth. Seems there is a magazine included and he reamed of a load of names from it. Then he showed us the build instructions and said ‘Let’s build it!’ He noted that such a novelty item being included with a magazine was really great. He said that he can’t deny it’s cheap, but the retro design was cool. The two things, the adult science magazine and the novelty synth get 4 stars.

    Not word for word but you get the picture I hope :)

    1. Marc de Vinck says:

      Awesome, thanks! I was wondering what the DS was all about?

  2. Patrick says:

    And you know where i can find the glasses he has ??
    Thancks

    1. Marc de Vinck says:

      You really want to know? Well, he has a video on them too! :)

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFYTtaLeUU0

  3. Brian Wrenn says:

    This guy is fantastic, I’ve spent almost two hours watching his videos instead of writing my thesis paper. I love how his videos are completely random, he seems to review everything. EVERYTHING.

  4. Marc de Vinck says:

    942 videos and counting! I spent a lot of time checking them out too!

    There is an interesting James Dyson video where he talks about the Air Multiplier.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIIAsrAVQA0

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