I 5. Auto-rhythm &.. Super Drums
Each of 12 auto-rhythms is capable of five different patterns for bass drum, snare drum/rim shot, hand
clap/bongo, cymbal/high hat and bass/chord. This makes it possible to arrange one of a wide variety of
rhythm and accompaniment patterns to suit the tvpe of music being played.
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• Selecting an auto-rhythm
Use the rhythm selectors to choose a rhythm. Each
selector is marked with two names, one above the
selector and one below. The rhythm selected by
each selector depends upon the status (lit or unlit)
• Tempo control
of the lamps above and below the select button.
Tempo or speed, at which the rhythm accompani
ment is played, can be controlled using the tempo
buttons. Pressing the
tempo while pressing the
decrease tempo. Tempo can be manually adjusted
in any of the play modes and can be changed at
• Start/stop button
any time while playing.
• Synchro/ending button
Press to start or stop rhythm.
Press to enter synchro start standby. Rhythm starts
when an accompaniment keyboard key (lower 1.5
octave, C through F) is pressed. Pressing at the end
of a tune inserts an ending pattern.
button will increase