Roland XPS-10 versus XPS-30

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    ALEB

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    Hello everyone!!!
    I want to buy a synth and I found XPS-10 to be a good match. I like that it has Indian sounds (or actually worldwide sounds, if I understood correctly). The thing is that now that I am actually going to buy one, I read about the XPS-30 and although it is a little bit more expensive, I do not know if it is worth it. The XPS-30 does sound like a better option, but I am worried that the Indian sounds may not be on it. Can you tell me your points of view regarding these two products. Their pros and cons.

    I do have monitors and a Focusrite Scarlett 2i4, so I wonder if the voice effects and pads are a real ¨plus¨ (I am mainly a singer, though). Not sure. Also, I am aware that one is lighter than the other and that one can use AA batteries or AC adapter, so I would like to hear other kind of input you may have so that I make the right decision.

    Thank you!!!
    PS. It would be my first synth ever. :)
     
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    Ok! Thank you for the reply. I still wonder if it is worth it (the XPS-30 versus the 10) or if it is almost the same. But I do feel more inclined to buy the Xps-30 now, haha. Thanks!
     
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