Lovingly restored Roland Space Echo RE-201 from the early 70s. Famous analog tape echo with spring reverb. Everything works. So cool. Have fun! SOLD!
Electro Harmonics wins with this amazing digital reverb. From classic verb to full-on, art-rock, shoe-gaze, noise brilliance. It’s settings have plenty to work with in true EHX fashion. Dial in a nice room sound. I love the plate sounds. Get two of your favorite tube amps in stereo with this thing… look out! Classic Surf
New Roland Gaia SH-01 synth. 37 full sized keys with easy to use old-school flavor knobs. Make giant vintage synth sounds with Roland’s triple-stacked virtual analog engine. Arpeggiator. Phrase Recorder. Oscillator, filter, amplifier, envelope, and LFO controls. Sweet.
The Roland FP7 is a great deal for a 88 key piano that does it all. Tons of great pre-sets. Realistic feel. Nice sounding internal speakers and studio quality output. A steal at the used price of $799.
Super rad early-eighties Korg synth. The Poly-800 has some seriously familiar 80s patchs just ready to go. It’s not the most user friendly interface, but the sounds in there… Warm analog bass lines. Or fun noises. Moog slayer mod added. SOLD!
Made in Pekin, IL. USA. It’s in really great shape for it’s age. Our guess it’s from the late 30s, early 40s. A motorized pump mod was made along the way. It sound great. Would be a nice studio piece. 11 stops, bass and treble couplers. Super fun!!!
This Ampeg SVT3-PRO is a workhorse bass head for the discerning player. Tons of tone options. 9 band EQ. Durable construction and rack-mountable. Classic Ampeg growl.
Here’s a classic solid state bass amp from the 70s Acoustic family that has been used by many including Bootsy Collins. Features 5 band EQ. Modded with a treble boost engange by a rocker switch or foot pedal option as well. Delicious.
This is greatest clean Fender amp tone for bass or guitar players alike. 50 watts of power. Drip edge grill. Freshly serviced. Beautiful.
The Orange OB1-500 Orange bass head is a mean sounding solid state amp. More soon….