Great cosmetic condition, fully serviced and in excellent working order. From the same highly-regarded rack series as the SDD-320 Dimension D Chorus, these are great pieces of kit....Read more
NOTE: THIS UNIT HAS JUST SOLD BUT WE HAVE ANOTHER TESTED & READY: Contact us if you want first look at the photographs or to reserve it - NOTE THAT IT IS A 240v MODEL.
Roland SBF-325 Stereo Flanger in great cosmetic condition, fully serviced and in excellent working order.
Condition is very good – there are a few minor patches of oxidation on the casing and the front also has small spots across it, but as you will see from the detailed photos none of this detracts from the look of the unit; it really is in good order for a unit that's around 30 years old. It sounds great but please bear in mind this is a vintage analogue unit and can be noisy at extreme settings when compared to digital rack effects.
From the same highly-regarded rack series as the SDD-320 Dimension D Chorus, the SBF-325 offers 3 different flanger types (mono, stereo, cross-fed stereo) and one chorus. They don't come up for sale very often and are highly sought-after - easy to see why: it's a very versatile unit, not only one of the best rackmount Flangers ever made, but also a very good stereo chorus. The controls are Feedback, Rate, Depth, and Center Frequency, and there's Channel B modulation invert and audio phase inversion switches to give you lots of immediate control. And it has a CV input also. Goes from soft subtle thickening through hazy shimmers to crazy over the top flanging and jet plane wooshes...
100v Japanese model – it should work fine on North American mains without a transformer, but you should check your local mains voltage first and if in doubt use a step-down transformer - please ask us if you have any questions. A step-down transformer can be used in the UK/EU.
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We are very experienced at packing and shipping valuable and sensitive gear worldwide. Binson Echorecs, large valve amps, vintage synths, rare racks, and even a CS-80 or two - you name it, we've sent it and it has arrived in one piece and ready to play.
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Obviously from time to time with vintage items there are times when gear arrives in need of some adjustment or calibration, and some times a piece of gear that was working 100% just chooses the day after arriving for a new fault to develop - however, having been dealing with sensitive vintage gear for many years, we are also very experienced at dealing with these occurrences and will always work with you to solve the problem.
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Which carriers do we use?
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