One of the most instantly recognisable of the smaller 80s analogue synths. Essentially what you get is a great monophonic bass synth with more than a little TB-303 influence.
NOTE: This synth is awaiting service and will ship within 15 working days of purchase.
CONDITION: Excellent overall condition with some signs of wear and age showing across the unit, including some oxidation spots on the chromed buttons. There is no sign of battery damage inside the case. See photos for more information on cosmetic condition.
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Requires a 9v or 12v DC Centre Negative power supply (240v version included).
Essentially what you have is an analogue monophonic bass synth with more than a little TB-303 sonic influence; they were (and still are) used by a whole slew of electronic music pioneers from rave purveyors 808 State and The Prodigy to industrial noise-mongers Nitzer Ebb and KMFDM to experimentalists Boards of Canada and Squarepusher. Everyone who knows synth fans knows someone who says “I traded mine in the 80s and always regretted it”.
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