Or do King Of Pain by Sting, or Africa by Porcaro fron Toto.
When it first came out the biggest plus was it was polyphonic and the ribbon controller.
The Part I liked was semi PAT implementation that allowed voice leading in chords with a little pressure.
But at the end of the day the Oberheim gave it a beating and put production out of business.
Thankfully they were built really well. Back then Yamaha made gear that lasted.
I still have the DMP7 & QX-1 that work flawlessley.
Good thing too, because I never met a single tech who could work on it.
They didn't even have a manual............
It really was a pleasure to play though when you had a crew to carry it.
I was really quite buffed as a kid from sports and Tae Kwon Do, but I would put the CS80 on the Rhodes with help and watch it's steel legs tremble. 200lbs. it seemed like.
I found a jpeg of myself on Google playing it live.
http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl= ... s%3Disch:1
edit: you know you're old when internet links about you are dead......
Here's a copy of it on an old thread in a synth forum I pasted it to. I don't know how to use the img. features here.
The B3 Yamaha CP70 Moog and Oberheim aren't pictured.
But it was a nice rig for a kid....