in live or for backing at rehearsals or or or... thank you.
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i don't use it but i am a little familiar with them.  what exactly did you want to know nor?
i find them great too for arranging, backing my self lonely live in a restaurant, it has realistic sounds and very strong drumkits.

i use korg pa800 with triton extreme (with moss board) and i use the yamaha breath control bc3 with it along with roland-fp5.  

somtimes i use korg trinity plus fitted with solo tri board -like moss board- these boards allow me to play real saxo, trumpet, clarinet, jazz flute...jazz organs and you might not know here in morocco some restaurant ask for one player then i could only play piano, but sometimes i enjoy myslef playing with those gears!
i don't have one but it's a nice instrument. i think a good arranger keyboard is a great tool but they seem to have a negitive stigma among keyboardists(especially jazzers) here in the us.
same in the uk.  this is mainly becuase the people who own arrangers in this country are very often poor players.  they are most popular with over here with older, 'hobby' players (often ex-home organists) and a very low standard of playing is the norm for people who own these instruments.
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