How old did you think I was ? lol
You're welcome for the Step By Step
Isn't the W30 a sampler ?
Will you make a Step By Step as I done for the PG with your DR-660 ?
Yes, the W-30 was the first "workstation" from Roland, with sampling (512 k... 30 KHz @ 12 bit in / 16 bit out) a little synthesis (digital low-pass filter and few modulation possibilities) a 16 track sequencer, 8 individual outs but no effect. It was also one of the first keyboards with a bigger LCD compared to the S-50/D-50/Korg M1/ AKAI s-950 etc.etc.
Back then it was a dream for me, and actually I played a lot with it and sampled also a lot. Its most famous user is Liam Howlett of the Prodigy, who is said to own 5, mainly for stage use.
As to the step by step "washing" of the DR-660... if I get brave enough I will do it and take pics of it. I hope to have success, though. Otherwise it can become a "how to destroy a DR-660"