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Monday, February 27, 2012

Emu Planet Phatt SN 049972211

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Korg EA-1 Electribe SN 008186

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Korg M1 Keyboard Workstation SN 902961

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Alesis QS-8.1 SN QB8703704

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LELL CZ DIGITAL DELAY

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"'Digital Delay' in Russian goes like 'Cifrovaja Zaderjka', and while in Russian 'CZ' makes sence, it was lost when it was transferred to another language. In fact, there was no chance to convert it into "DD" (digital delay) since the DD pedal already exists - it's 'Drive/Distortion'."




Roland SH-2 Vintage Analog Synth with Dust Cover


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Moog Opus 3 Polyphonic Synthesizer

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CASIO SK-1 with Original Box


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Roland JX-8P

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Casio VL Tone VL-1


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MS2000R Analog Modeling Synth SN 004861

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Access Virus KC - 61 Semi-Weighted Keyboard Synthesiser


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Rouge Moog Analog Synthesizer SN 1612

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"The Moog Rogue is a monophonic analog synthesizer produced by the original Moog Music in the early 1980s, but, was not designed by Bob Moog. Very basic in its design and use, the Rogue featured a 32-note keyboard and two VCOs. VCO number 2 is tunable between a half-step below to an octave above VCO number 1. This allows the Rogue to play atonal sounds like the Moog Prodigy. The Rogue did not have features to allow the user full flexibility to program the patch settings, however the VCF and the VCA were simple in operation. The design of the hardwired patch system was well thought out (considering its size and cost) and a wide variety of sounds and modulation effects are possible. The Rogue also includes a Sample-and-Hold feature that the Prodigy does not . The synthesizer is most commonly used for its powerful bass."