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Saturday, September 17, 2011

Roland V-Synth V2 VSynth

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Korg Poly-800 Vintage Analog Synthesizer w/ MIDI

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"Korg Poly-800 Vintage Analog Syntheszier circa 1983 in perfect functional condition. Cosmetically, the synth is 9/10 (a few light scratches but it looks great for a 25+ year old synth). Comes with power adapter (not original but works perfectly). "




Vintage Roland SH-1000 Synthesizer

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Access Virus TI2 Keyboard

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Roland Juno-106 Synthesizer


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KORG MS-20 ANALOG MONOSYNTH


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MFB Nanozwerg

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"The MFB Nanozwerg Analog Synthesizer has an analogue VCO with four waveform shapes, sub-oscillator with two octave settings, analogue multimode filter (12dB/oct), LFO with 'one-shot' functionality, audio input, controllable via MIDI and CV/gate. This little box creates a huge noise, from MASSIVE bass to searing leads...it's a real handful."




Doepfer Dark Energy

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Yamaha CS2x Synth Keyboard

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Vintage Moog Minimoog Model D Synthesizer

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"It is a 4XXX S/N, with the updated oscillator board having been installed at a later time, so it is very well in tune. It has the plastic overlay on the back that was installed with the new oscillator board, which labels the trimpot holes for tuning. It has plain looking brown wood, so it is later than the early walnut models. Also there is a section of the thin wood near the mod wheels that has been chipped off. The filter cutoff pot is the slightest bit scratchy at the low end. All other switches and knobs work well, although sometimes need a bit of wiggling. It’s the usual for a mini this old."






MFB Synth II analog synthesizer

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"3 VCO's with sync and ring-mod (the sync "envelope" on OSC can be shaped and timed using the one-shot feature on either LFO)
Noise generator
VCF with VCO mod!
VCA
2 ADSR's
2 LFO's with one-shot feature for a new trigger on each key-press (awesome when used with sample/hold on filter)
32 step sequencer is a great way to develop grooves and beats"