Sounds And Gear 5/5 Review of Scarbee Classic EP-88s

March 22, 2017

Sounds And Gear 5/5 Review of Scarbee Classic EP-88s

"Man, the sound of this instrument is so authentic and natural sounding, I’m totally in love! I’m an Ep fanatic, specifically, the Rhodes…and the level of detail here is pretty amazing.

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SCARBEE VINTAGE KEYS 2 RELEASED

February 08, 2017

Scarbee Vintage Keys 2

We are happy to release an updated version of our vintage keyboard collection. With our new bundle you pay full price for SCARBEE A-200 and SCARBEE CLAVINET/PIANET - but save over 50% on SCARBEE CLASSIC EP-88S.

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James Garfield
James Garfield

March 21, 2017

Featuring idiosyncrasies like bass tine twang and damper pedal noise, there's no virtual Rhodes more realistic than the EP-88s.

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Al Turner
Al Turner

February 20, 2017

"Just when I thought that I had heard the best Virtual Instrument Rhodes, Scarbee does it again with the Classic EP 88s. It is simply the most realistic sounding Rhodes on the market!!!
Great Job!!!"

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Vigan Kuci
Vigan Kuci

January 07, 2017

"I am amazed about the feel, tone and the options it offers to create the Rhodes sound you want. It will be my main Rhodes Sound. In my opinion it is the best sampled Rhodes available! It is a masterful piece of work!"

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Christian Frentzen
Christian Frentzen

December 29, 2016

"I’ve played it live several times so far and everyone were amazed how wonderful the EP-88s works on stage, too! As a sample-producer myself I can only say that Thomas has produced the best sounding virtual Rhodes out there!"

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OUR COMPANY LOCATION

SCARBEE is a small family driven company based in the countryside. As much as we enjoy the big city - we equally love nature.

Due of the absence of electromagnetic radiance from industry and dense population its a perfect place to do hum-free recordings of basses and guitars.

Even though you can remove hum and other noise from recordings - its not without a price as you cut out frequencies and thereby degrading the quality of the sounds.

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