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RHYTHM ACE FR-1

Ace Tone Rhythm Ace FR-1 drum machine from the late 60s for sale in very good condition and...

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Ace Tone Rhythm Ace FR-1 drum machine from the late 60s for sale in very good condition and working order.

We love our vintage beat boxes, but we’ve got a particular soft spot for this one as it is the model J.J. Cale used on his debut (and big office favourite) “Naturally” – good article here about early beatboxes, Sly Stone, and J.J. Cale from Wax Poetics if you’re interested.

Price includes VAT at 20% (for sales in UK/EU) – buyers outside the EU please contact us for tax-free prices. VAT-free sales possible to businesses and individuals in the EU with a valid VAT Number.

Ace Tone was started by Ikutaro Kakehashi who went on to found the Roland Corporation. The build quality and attention to detail is just superb – these machines were built to last for ever.

This is just a quick listing – we’ll add to it soon, but see below for a quick demo with various pieces of Ace Tone gear and it features the actual machine we have for sale here.

Condition is very good – some marks to the casing.

240v model.

If you need to know more about this machine please get in touch.

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