Modern technology and design mate perfectly with fat vintage tone in the Roland AIRA TB-3 Touch Bassline, a bassline synth that calls upon the sound of the legendary TB-303 while making it significantly easier to play and program. Roland's Analog Circuit Behavior (ACB) technology doesn't just model the overall sound of the classics, it models individual components within the original circuit for breathtaking emulations.

Product Specs

  • AIRA TB-3 Touch Bassline
  • Black
  • 2010s

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Reviews for the Roland AIRA TB-3 Touch Bassline
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  • Really fun

    My main desire for any additional synth is that it does something interesting that my other synths can't do better. With the TB-3, that's mostly about the x/y screen, but also the squelchy sweep. I like live control, so I prefer a synth that's intuitive and interactive, over one that does everythin…

  • Roland tb3

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    Très content ,niveau sonoritée c'est très propre au bon son acid,prise en main rapid,je la joue av une mpc live je la branche en esclave juste au tempo .manque pour la création, les presets trop présent,mais sur le net il y a des logiciel de création pour cette machine et les enregistré dedans ,je n…

  • ACB Technology Sounds Darn Good To Me

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    This is a Roland classic, hands down. Sure, there could be some improvements with the envelope mod function, but overall there is so much to like about this unit. Anyone who genuinely dislikes the TB3 must not have a creative bone in their body. If you poke around awhile in the presets, and use t…

  • worth every penny

    well impressed by sounds and functionality of TB-3. I think it holds up well to the original 303 in more ways than one, as it has taken the sound into the 21st century with not just an old school sound but with plenty of punch for acid and techno.

  • Fun to experiment

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    What most people buy this for is acid bass, its got a lot more going on under the hood once you explore its other sound possibilities. What I wish they would have done is have a pattern save feature like an SD card that way it could have been more of a stand alone device like a Korg electribe. Savin…