Suzuki Omnichord OM100
Suzuki Omnichord OM100

Omnichord OM100, Arranger Keyboard from Suzuki.

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moosers 08/12/2010

Suzuki Omnichord OM100: Produktbewertung von moosers (content in English)


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The Suzuki Omnichord OM100 is an electronic instrument unlike many others out there. It's essentially got three parts to it - a drum machine, a section of buttons for playing chords with your left hand, and a strumming strip for controlling the sound with your right hand. It's got a 1/4" output and can run on batteries or a power supply.


In general it's not too hard to operate the Suzuki Omnichord OM100, although I personally haven't gotten too in depth with this one as of yet. It's easy enough to use it's basic features, but as with any instrument the more in depth you get, the harder it can become to use. I don't think that anything about the OM100 is too hard to use, it just will take some time to get used to playing it, controlling the drum machine, and using all of the parameters they give you for controlling the sound. I haven't had a look at the manual for the OM100...


The Suzuki Omnichord OM100 can produce some sounds that I haven't heard on any other instrument. Much of this has to do with the make up of Omnichord's in general, as this one isn't too much unlike the other one that I've used, a OM27. The sounds are dream like and quite awesome when used appropriately. It's also great that you can use this as a one man band since it has the built in drum machine as well. However, when I've used it it has been for overdubbing spacey and dreamy parts. I'd love to have this at home as it's really a lot of fun to play, and shouldn't cost all that much money if you can find one. If you're looking to get started with an Omnichord, the OM100 is as good as any of them!