“For a keyboard released in 1981- this thing is in EXCELLENT condition… there’s really one like scratch not even to the metal on the bottom- but otherwise the top, sides, back and screen printing are in EXCELLENT condition- no wear, chips/dings/scratches nothing worth mentioning. For it’s age it’s in remarkable condition – the finest example to maybe hit the used market.
“This synth has 6 voice card slots, so it could be expanded to 6 voices. Recently refurbished, recapped, and cleaned and kept in a non-smoking studio. 2 of the voice cards could use a tuning, otherwise in great condition”
“Unit appears to be in good working order. Not fully tested, but speaker, pitch wheel and knobs/faders work. The power switch does not light up, but it does turn on. Minor scratches on case, and very small tear in the plastic near the master fader at “4” (see picture). Power chord not included.”
Jean Michel Jarre Laserharp 2 on EH400 clone Mini Synth.
Published on Jun 13, 2017 miro2424
“Played on Electro Harmonix EH400 clone Mini Synthesizer. The clone is a mini copy without the internal amplifier and speaker. It has the same octave range as the original and it is played with a 1/8 phono jack as a stylophone.”
“The Multimoog is the big brother to the famous Micromoog. This portable synth featured 2 analog VCO with variable waveforms and the famous Moog 24/dB filter, but also added an early version of aftertouch and more flexible modulation capabilities then its predecessor. Functionally, the Multimoog falls in between the smaller MicroMoog & their flagship MiniMoog”
“Studio Electronics ATC-1 Filter Cartridge Selector. One unit rack space. Extremely hard to find! Allows multiple filter cartridges (sold separately) to be used with the ATC-1 unit (also sold separately). A cool feature – the filter selection is saved with the ATC-1 patch.”