i have a small pa that i use for my keyboards that sounds good but it's a pain to set up. i thought maybe a stereo keybaord amp might work well for small-low volume gigs. has anyone heard the motion sound or traynor keyboard amps? any other keyboard amp recomendation?

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so nobody uses an amp? you guys use pa's. tell about your pa or amp.
tito, check some of the earlier threads.  i believe that was discussed heartily some months back.  personally, i use a small bose subwoofer and twin high range speakers on poles.  it's light for travel but projects well.  i bought it at sam's for something linke $500-$600.
i use a bose pas system with one bass cabinet for my my pa, keyboard amp and monitor since they first came out.
i use a yamaha g100 guitar amp from the early 80s, with a different speaker swapped in, which adds a lot of warmth and clarity over the factory. with the "fat" knob out, the sound is buttery and thick, perfect for the nord electro ii's rhodes sound i gig with. it's my favorite solution for small and even medium sized gigs. although it's heavy the sound is awesome with the different speaker. i would definitely not run an acoustic piano sound through it, however -- it would sound weird, and i use something different for that.

hm
i was never  happy with keyboard amps so i used pas...when i quit gigging i was using a mackie 1604, qsc 1000w power amp, and two ev sx 200s (and some eq & rv in the rack)....on small gigs i would take a small crate 300w powered board and one sx 200.

and larryc's rig sounds great too
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