What I want to know is, who is the skinny little nerdling under the helmet? No doubt he's wearing a striped polo shirt tucked into brown corduroy pants which are tucked into his long striped socks that are inside some Nike hi-tops.
Don't forget to grease back your hair before you have an awkward moment with one of your groupies! heheheh
wow. that commercial IS the 80's. amazing. back in '85 or whenever it was, i was one of those kids duped into buying the yamaha home studio package, which included the dx-100, along with the mt1x 4-track the rx-17 drum machine and the rx-21 sequencer.
i still have nightmares about those awful tinny yamaha sounds, that terrible swish-swish aliasing on all those 4-operator fm bass patches. the only part of that whole package i ever got even 10 minutes worth of use out of was the mt1x, which was actually a very good cassette 4-track. let's not even get started on the rx-17, though. there's a reason they never made a commercial for that thing.
i have a dx100 i think its ace it can make many cool sounds ive played a couple of gigs with only the dx100 (+mmt8) i cant see why people wouldnt like it except the keys are crap (not velocity sensetive) im the kind of person who thinks 'the bells' is a great piece of music