Sequential Circuits Prophet-5 Keyboard Synthesizer, REV 3 SN 4601

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“This Prophet-5 1000 has serial number 4601. One of the first fully programmable polyphonic analog synths, the Prophet 5 is the most classic synthesizer of the eighties! It is capable of a delightful analog sound unique to Sequential’s Prophet series in which the P5 was King! Five voice polyphony – two oscillators per voice and a white noise generator. The analog filters,

San Pedro Labs TTSH Mini Meanie ARP 2600 Clone Analog Synthesizer

Published on Nov 12, 2016 keyboard resource

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“San Pedro Labs Two-Thousand Six-Hundred (TTSH) Mini Meanie [ruggedized edition with thick wood and tolex. Works good. Includes 12 patch cables, AC power adaptor, key and business card.

The TTSH is pretty much identical to the early 70s grey faced model 2600P. It includes the built-in, stereo speakers (like the original). The

ACCESS VIRUS INDIGO KEYBOARD SYNTHESIZER SN G10001142

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“Great, gutsy, resonant synth sounds with a fantastic control surface. Rare first version of this synth, running OS 4.8. Scratch on one face panel of control surface, small indent on front right corner edge, otherwise excellent cosmetic condition. Shipping refunded if you arrange local pickup, Sacramento Area California.

Some specs:

– 32 knobs / 62 LEDs / 24 Voices/ 16-way

1979 FARFISA Syntorchestra Vintage Analog Synthesizer

Published on Nov 12, 2016 keyboard resource

Some presets on the FARFISA Syntorchestra.

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“Works good. But, it needs to be tuned frequently. The included Service Manual has the procedures on how to do this. Also includes “Musical Registrations” booklet, sales receipt for the two booklets and corrections to the Service Manual sheet.

It produces unique sounds unlike most synths.

FAT Freebass analog bass synthesizer

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“The Freeform Analogue Technologies (FAT) Freebass FB383 (also sold as the MAM MB33) is a 1U 19-inch rack-mounting MIDI synthesizer module dedicated to doing just one thing – imitating the sounds of the Roland TB-303 Bassline. It uses genuine analogue technology to produce the familiar ‘acid’ sounds, but adds MIDI control, so you don’t have to cope with the Roland’s quirky