JimLucas Posted April 7, 2006 Share Posted April 7, 2006 i thinkyou're right, a 20b would be enough to tell if i dig the system.Meg, If you are considering renting to see what's a good fit then why not go with a 30 button C/G from the Button Box. A 20 button is a limiting experience if you are intrested in anything away from the home keys. I would also recommend that if you rent an anglo, you start with a 30-button, because it's really two instruments in one, i.e., both a 30-button and a 20-button. The addition of the third row on a 30-button doesn't involve any changes from the 20-button layout in the other two rows. If you want to see what it's like to play a 20-button (e.g., to see whether it's too limiting), then just restrict your playing to the first two rows and pretend that the "accidental" row isn't there. Then allow yourself to use all 30 buttons, and compare your experiences. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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