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Old 5th October 2014
Originally Posted by Synth80s View Post
In an age where people openly bemoan the price of classic analog polysynths and lament the dearth of modern analog polysynths, I think the Solaris deserves more attention and credit than it gets. While I predict that people will still drool over Jupiter 8s, Prophet 5s and OB-Xas 20+ years from now, I won't be surprised if they look back and consider the Solaris to be a classic polysynth in its own right. It's good enough to serve as an analog polysynth replacement in many situations, but it also stands on its own as a far more capable instrument with its own sound and vibe. Bravo, John Bowen!
these are my exact thoughts on the Solaris and if I had the extra money, I'd have one. it truly seems one of the synth greats.

congrats on getting yours.