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Apologies if this has been asked before - I have searched various ways and found nothing.

I don't see anywhere in the manual where Roland explains some of their stock sets. I get the limitations of the screen size, but even in the manual they use just the abbreviations without ever explaining them. Is there anywhere that describes in more detail the various included sets so we can know what it is trying to emulate?

I-Folk I-Folk-2 -- Irish? Iraqi? Italian? Icelandic?
F-Folk -- Finnish ? French?
S-Folk - Spanish? Swedish?
D-Folk Deutscher? Dutch? Danish?
 

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Apologies if this has been asked before - I have searched various ways and found nothing.

I don't see anywhere in the manual where Roland explains some of their stock sets. I get the limitations of the screen size, but even in the manual they use just the abbreviations without ever explaining them. Is there anywhere that describes in more detail the various included sets so we can know what it is trying to emulate?

I-Folk I-Folk-2 -- Irish? Iraqi? Italian? Icelandic?
F-Folk -- Finnish ? French?
S-Folk - Spanish? Swedish?
D-Folk Deutscher? Dutch? Danish?
Italian, French, Spanish, German (Deutsche). Now that you know... does it really make any difference?
I name my sets even more randomly in some cases... Vitesse (fast waltz), Piazolla, etc... the name is the identifier and a vague indicaton of what the sound is about. :)
 

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