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ROLAND JUNO-60 synthesizer
+ ROLAND JSQ-60 sequencing unit

Good condition, comes with original manuals

Technical Info Juno 60:
Polyphony 6 voices
Oscillators DCO: pulse, saw, and square
LFO rate and delay
VCF non-resonant high pass and resonant low pass
VCA level, ADSR and gate
Arpeg/Seq External JSQ-60 Sequencer
Keyboard 61 note keyboard (no velocity or aftertouch)
Control DCB Roland to Roland sync/interface
(Roland MD-8 converts DCB to MIDI for MIDI control)
Date 1983

Description from www.vintagesynths.org:
Among the first in Roland's amazing Juno family! Six analog voices of polyphony and patch memory storage!! The Juno-60 sounds great, however, like the Juno-6 it lacks MIDI control. The Juno-60 includes 56 patches of memory storage. The Juno-60 is still popular due in part to opinions that it sounds better (punchier) than the Juno-106. The Juno-6 and 60 are very rich sounding synthedizers and are great analog machines as long as you can withstand the absence of MIDI control.
The JSQ-60 sequencer is an external sequencer controller for the Juno-60 and is usually worth acquiring. It has a huge 2,000 note capacity. It will record your performance in real-time including patch changes. There's also a step record mode and over-dubbing. Uses a DCB cable. And of course nobody can deny that the wooden side panel look is a true sign of vintage status! Junos have been used by Enya, The Cure, Sean Lennon, Faithless, Astal Projection, Vince Clarke, Rabbit In The Moon, Men At Work, Olive, Dee-Lite, Locust, Eurythmics and Add N To X

Price for BOTH Roland Juno-60 and Roland JSQ-60:
DKK 2.975,00 (previous price DKK 3.500,00) + postage
USD 465.00 (previous price USD 535.00) + postage


ROLAND SH-2 synthesizer
Good condition, but 1 oscillator malfunctioning and
bender handle slightly broken, yet fully operational

Technical info:
Polyphony Monophonic
Oscillators 2 VCO's + 1 Sub oscillator
(waveforms: pulse, square, sawtooth, sine, noise)
Memory None
Effects LFO with sine, square and Sample & Hold;
Auto-Bend VCF Resonant, self-oscillating 24dB lowpass filter, mod by EG, lfo and kybd tracking.
External audio input
Arpeg/Seq None
Keyboard 37 keys
Control CV / Gate
Date 1978 - 1979

Description from www.vintagesynths.org:
The SH-2 is one of Rolands' early synthesizers. It is very simple in design, look and function. It sounds much like the SH-101 synth, including the typical SH-style sub-oscillator. But the SH-2 employed 2 oscillators for a much fatter sound. It has the typical Roland SH sound - it's a monophonic bass synth that's flexible enough to provoke punchy analog basses, leads and squelchy sounds. The oscillators can be de-tuned as well, another feature the popular SH-101 lacks. But it isn't very pretty to look at as it shares the same design and layout as the SH09. Still it makes a simple and easily programmable mono-synth that can be used in place of the more common SH-101. However the SH-2 is harder to find and so it usually has a higher price than other SH-type synthesizers from Roland. It has been used by Duran Duran, Groove Corporation, Eat Static, OMD, Men Without Hats, and the Eurythmics.

DKK 1.775,00 (previous price DKK 2.000,00) + postage
USD 275.00 (previous price USD 300.00) + postage

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AKAI S-612 digital sample
12-bit lo-fi sample unit, good condition - 19" rack

Polyphony 6 voices
Sampling 12-bit liniear, 4kHz - 32 kHz (variable) sampling rates
Memoty 128 Kb (8 seconds at 4KHz)
Modulation LFO with sine wave, speed, depth and delay controls
Filter High and Low Pass VCF Filtering
MIDI Control

Description from www.vintagesynth.org:
The S-612 was one of Akai's first professional rack-mount samplers, released back in 1985. Some of its features included 12-bit sampling from 4 to 32kHz with loop and truncate functions, an overdub function and mic or line input jacks. Internal memory is only 128Kb which gives a maximum of 8 seconds sampling time at the lowest sampling rate available. An optional disk drive that features the quick disk (QD) 2.8 inch format is needed for permanent storage of samples.
It bears som classic traits that may still be of interest. It features classic high and low pass filtering and an LFO for modulating and giving your sample an animated edge. It's also fairly simple and straight forward to operate, responds to external triggering and is still very well suited to any MIDI studio applications. It's definitely a limited sampler, but it makes a cheap back-up instrument taht may come in handy for lo-fi sounds or triggered effects. It was Future Sound Of London's first sampler.

DKK 395,00 (previous price DKK 500,00)
+ postage
USD 59.00 (previous price USD 75.00) + postage

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Vintage guitar pedal, excellent for synth sound modification,
good condition. Comes complete with power supply and 2
jack-to-jack cables

Description from guitargeek.com:

Boss DD-2 Digital Delay - One of the best digital delays pedals out there that actually sounds very analog! These were made in the mid 80s and are still sought after due to their warm delays and smooth but hazy decays. A few delay time modes offer up to 800 milliseconds plus a cool sample/hold feature that is really great for sustains or small loopy bits. If you?ve been turned off by the sterile sound of most modern delays the DD-2 is definitely worth tracking down on the used market. The delays are very organic and I honestly doubt you could tell the difference between this and an analog delay pedal (except that you?ll get a lot more delay time). As with most of the Boss pedals made in the 80s, try tracking down the Japanese models as they tend to sound a whole lot better than their Tawainese counterparts.

DKK 645,00 (previous price DKK 750,00) + postage
USD 99.00 (previous price USD 125.00) + postage


Vintage guitar pedal, excellent for synth sound modification, good condition
Comes complete with power supply and 2 jack-to-jack cables

Description from jon@coinmonster.com at effectsdatabase.com:
This was the first (and maybe ONLY) Digital Reverb in a pedal, if I'm not mistaken. I bought mine when it first came out, and I just recently dusted it off for the first time in 10 years and it works perfectly! The reverbs are excellent, you really can't beat it for the price. A little noisy at times when used in high gain situations, but this can be remedied by turning back the mix level a bit. All in all, another awesome BOSS product!

DKK 645,00 (previous price DKK 750,00) + postage
USD 99.00 (previous price USD 125.00) + postage


Vintage guitar pedal, excellent for synth sound modification, good condition
Comes complete with power supply and 2 jack-to-jack cables

Description from harshnoise.com:
Another example of ARION low noise technology is the SFL-1. By using 4 controls, the ARION Stereo Flanger offers greater variation of sound than many competing flanger effects.

DKK 495,00 (previous price DKK 650,00) + postage
USD 75.00 (previous price USD 100.00) + postage

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