Video: 4 Monosynths Under $1,000

If you're looking for synth bass or lead tones, you can't go wrong with a monosynth.

Shorthand for monophonic synthesizer, monosynths will allow you to play only one note at a time. But they promise a rich, versatile array of tones. If however you're looking to play chords, you'll need a polysynth. (Not sure what you want? Take a look at this previous article on monosynths vs. polysynths that can help you make that decision.)

In our video above, Justin DeLay shows off the features and sounds of four different monosynths available on Reverb for less than $1,000 USD, starting from a few hundred dollars:

To learn more about the distinctions between these synths, watch the full video above, and click below to find these synths on Reverb right now. Then, head over to our brand-new monosynth buying guide to learn even more about the options available on Reverb.

Buying Guide: Affordable Monosynths
Learn more about the best monosynths under $1,000.
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