I picked this up initially as a companion to my E-mu Proformance. While that unit provided a usable acoustic piano, its "electric piano" samples were, to be polite, useless.
The Voce provides an excellent set of electric piano samples, including, of course, Rhodes, but also Wurlitzer, Pianet, Clavinet and DX samples. Of these, only with the Rhodes do I have extensive experience with the real thing, and they've managed to model the sounds of the Rhodes quite well, right down to the distortion created from fortissimo playing. The highest and lowest notes are a bit weak, but with a 73-key controller, you'll likely not notice.
The "headphone" output is so weak as to effectively be useless.
|Rhodes Nail Polish|
|Harpsichord 8', 4'|
|Wurlitzer 120 with Tremolo|
|Clavinet with Auto Wah-wah|
|Rhodes Nail Polish with Chorus|
|Rhodes Suitcase with Tremolo|
|Clavinet with Auto wah-wah and chorus|
|Pianet "A" with tremolo|
|DX EP1 with chorus|
|DX EP2 with chorus|
|Clavinet with wah-wah|
|Rhodes stage with chorus|
|Wurlitzer 200 with Tremolo|
|Harpsichord 8', 4' with auto|
|Harpsichord 8', 4' with chorus|
|DX EP1 with tremolo|
|RMI with auto wah-wah|
It's possible to set up the Voce to receive on three adjacent channels for polytimbral sounds.
Patches 23 and above can only be accessed via MIDI.
|The going price|
These are still being sold new for $470. Used expect to pay around $200-300.
These days, I use the Rhodes sample in my A90EX most of the time, but for a nice dirty EP sound, the Voce still can't be beat.