Sadly we have recently sold our trusted Waldorf XT and the older Yamaha TG77. Both very fine pieces of equipment for the synthetician willing to experiment with sounds. The XT has always been a trusted bass maker as well as giving those smooth pads along with metallic noises. Get one if you can find one. The TG77 is nowadays pretty old but the potential in this box is still a rare thing to be found. It's a real challenge to program. I would almost say impossible to program with a predictable outcome unless you really get under it's hood. It's definitely recommended to use some sort of software programmer for this beast due to it's small display and complicated architecture.