“Roland SH09 is a smaller version of the SH2, only one VCO and small size. nice on stage. one VCO, ENV, subosc and PWM, one LFO, but still enough for basses and stuff, it’s not really a monophonic juno 6 but sort of.. looks like the sh2 but one VCO lost .. see the pic on the right..” Link
” Up for sale is my Roland SH-101 in amazing condition for it’s age, pretty much mint. I’m the second owner of this synth and had it serviced last year by James Walker of Synth Repair Services so everything is working perfectly.” Link
“I’ve had this for years. I hate to part with it but I need the money. It really sounds great but I couldn’t figure out how to stop the oscillator from sweeping.Not sure if that’s normal. I’m not a synthesizer expert and DON’T KNOW IF THIS IS NORMAL OPERATION. It has all of it’s buttons and knobs and it’s in almost perfect shape (I’d say better than most) except for a few scuffs. I used it in my studio only and didn’t take it on the road.” Link
“Ich verkaufen meinen Juno 106, den ich leider seit Jahren nicht benutzt habe. Er funktioniert einwandfrei! Leider sind 2 Knöpfe von den Schiebereglern beim Umzug abhanden gekommen – technisch kein Problem, sieht nur nicht schön aus (s. 3. Foto)” Link
“Rare Roland OP-8 analog synth interface is up for auction.
Designed to control Roland polyphonic synths that were equipped with a DCB (Dig. Control Bus) interface via the Roland MC4 micro composer.
They are connected with a DCB cable.( not supplied)
The OP8 and MC4 were then patched together using patchcords via each of their patchbays.
The transpose control was able to transpose the synth up or down by one octave.
Use a mono analog synth /sequencer such as an MC-202 to drive your Jupiter or Juno as I did through the OP-8 and you will find it also adds a different colour to the mix.
Unlimited possibilities especially today with the Midi to CV like Kenton where you can use each channel to play different melodies to drive your synth.
In good working order and cosmetically fine.” Link
I am selling my beloved Roland SH-2 vintage analog synthesizer. This is one of the most under rated synths and best deals you can ever find end of story! These are becoming more and more hard to find and they will go up in price trust me. This is a rare condition synth for its age it is almost like new. Only flaws which are super minor are a few very very small scratches on back and front panel – hardly noticeable – you’d have to look in the right angle – they are that faint. Also missing on little tiny black rivet and that is it. I would give it a 9.5 out of 10! It has been looked over and fully serviced with new op amps and calibrated so works and sounds perfect! It is a Japanese version so it runs on 100v but it comes with a converter so no problem there. This is such a beautiful sounding synth at the peak of Roland’s best sound (mid 70′s). You have to hear these oscillators to believe it so warm! The dula osc + sub osc doesn’t hurt either fattest bass ever maybe even more than a Moog! ” Link
“Four keys need to be cleaned. Volume slider pot needs to be cleaned or replaced. Aftertouch doesn’t work.” Link
“This synth its in pristine condition, never left home. everything works on it.
I use this synth rarely, maybe 5 o 6 times.
have few scratches, nothing serious.” Link
The story is: I had bought a pair of these, one in mint condition, and this beat up one, together. I thought it would be useful for parts if something failed. Turned out the mint SH didn’t work at all, and this one worked just fine, even though I had to switch the tablets with a pen cap…. It sat in a gear closet at my friends home studio for a year and change as I started sequencing hardware w midi a lot more and needed the space. Took it back when he was moving… and its lifeless. It powers up but makes no sound. I have no idea what is wrong with it. Physically you can see it is beat up, missing a bunch of tablet switches, etc. You can also see there is a capless pot exposed by the tablet switches, which makes me think someone had attempted a mod of some sort? So.. Sold AS IS for parts or repair only! ” Link
THE SYNTHESIZER POWERS UP BUT I DON’T HAVE THE ABILITY TO FULLY TEST IT THEREFORE SOLD AS-IS” Link
This rare, mint Synth 101 is a 37 key analog mono synth with controls for the VCO, LFO, VCF, VCA and more.
The tone from this synth is suprisingly and shockingly thick, subwoofer use is highly recommended!
This synth is in excellent condition and has been thoroughly tested in the Roland certified service department of Professional Sound and Music
Made from 1975 – 1979″ Link
“This synthesizer sounds great. It was well kept. It has a small crack on the top left frame, nothing major. Other than that it looks really pretty. Everything is fully functional. You won’t be disappointed. They are becoming more rare since the Juno 60 prices sky rocketed, and for what…500 dollars extra just to save patches on a juno? You can equip this with Midi from CHD if you like in the future” Link
“Up for sale is a Roland SH 7 analogue synth. It has been completely recapped and recallibrated for proper tuning. All voice cards and power supply worked over. Brand new switch hardware installed. Near mint overall shape. Fully working and pretty perfect. ” Link
sequencer run/off switch
The attached box has further functions but may not be hooked up, maybe needs a re solder. Originally modded in the UK. The markings say: snare decay, oscilatorz, snare filter, noise, cymbal rez, snare snap, snare tone. Snare does not trigger. But even without these this unit already sounds better than my un modded 606.
sold as is with 1 Spot power supply, 606 manual and Analog Solutions manual” Link
Condition: Excellent vintage shape. unit powers on and all functions are working good. all keys are working good. I am not a Professional with these old synths but all buttons and switches seem to be all working and make a change in the sound. I have not had this unit serviced so it may need some internal cleaning but I notice no issues or damage. there is some minor wear and scratches from age as seen. ” Link
” This auction is for a vintage 1980 Roland SH-09 synthesizer. I’m selling this synth because I am primarily a guitar player and don’t give it the attention that it deserves. I’m also including a copy of the original manual that was downloaded from Roland’s website and printed. It’s nice to have the manual–there are some helpful images of settings that result in various great sounds. You’ll love the analog sound of this classic vintage synth.
Serial Number: 096751
Condition: This synthesizer is in excellent condition. It’s difficult to find one of these in this good of shape. If you do a little research, you’ll find that the main issues to look out for when buying one of these vintage synths are rust, dents, and sticky knobs/sliders. All of these can affect the synth’s functionality and sound. This unit does not have rust or a single dent. All of the knobs and sliders move smoothly. The keys are responsive and all work perfectly. The volume knob is a little scratchy, but this could likely be solved with a cleaning. ” Link
THIS IS A NO RESERVE AUCTION
ROLAND DRUMATIX TR-606 W/ FOOT PEDAL HOSA FSC-502 ANALOG SYNTHESIS DRUM MACHINE:
ROLAND DRUMATIX TR-606
PROGRAMMABLE ANALOG SYNTHESIS DRUM MACHINE
BUILD BY ROLAND CORP FROM 1981 TO 1984
ORIGINALLY DESIGNED TO BE USED WITH ROLAND TB-303
DETAILS AND SPECS
SIX SYNTHESIZED SOUNDS LABELED AS: BASS DRUM, SNARE DRUM, HI TOM, LO TOM, CYMBAL, AND OPEN/CLOSED HI HAT
ADDITIONAL FUNCTION LABELED ACCENT
TR-606 OPERATION MANUAL
HOSA FSC-502 FOOT PEDAL
ITEMS ARE PRE-OWNED AND HAVE SIGNS OF USE AND WEAR
CASE AND ITEMS NEED SOME CLEANING
FOOT PEDAL HAS ADHESIVE REMNANTS AND VELCRO STRIP ON THE BOTTOM
DRUMATIX BATTERY COMPARTMENT IS CLEAN
TESTED WITH BATTERY POWER AND IN WORKING CONDITION
KNOBS AND BUTTONS WORK APPROPRIATELY AND LIGHT INDICATORS WORK
PLEASE SEE OUR PHOTOS FOR FURTHER DETAILS” Link
“Vintage Analog Roland Alpha Juno 1. Classic synth, great warm sound! Item is in good condition considering it’s age, just judge yourself from the pictures. Minor scuffs and scratches here and there but nothing major, one key has a tiny chip as you can see in the last picture. Affects performance of the key in no way. The panel around the stereo output is bent in a little but in no way affects being able to plug in trs jacks. And one more thing the “octave up” button is a little finicky, it works but you have to hold it down to go back up to the original octave if you press the octave down button. Comes with power cord.
All in all a great working synthesizer. All buttons, pitch bender, alpha wheel, and volume slider work great. Don’t pass this chance to get a vintage analog synth for cheap!” Link
“For sale is a great working Roland synth. It comes with the power cord and has been tested. There are a few scratches along the sides, mostly, but overall its in great shape. It comes as pictured, and will be carefully packed. ” Link
“Up for auction is a Roland JX-3P in very good condition. It is in perfect working condition. Included is the PG-200 programmer with cable. Also included is a Anvil Forge II road case built for the Roland JX-3P with the PG-200 programmer. All of the original manuals are included. ” Link
“I bought this with a Juno 60 13 months ago. The JSQ 60 was refurbished by the previous owner right before he sold the stuff to me. In good cosmetic condition and it functions. Does not come with a power supply or a manual as all I have is a manual I downloaded from the internet.
I am selling because my Juno 60 will soon have MIDI. ” Link
EXACT Same thing as a Juno 106 but with built in amp and speakers.
Excellent Condition, works great.
I have never seen one of these (or a Juno 106) in such pristine condition.
All functions work, no dropped voices.
The speakers sound great up to a certain (fairly loud) volume, beyond which they distort a bit, which is the case with all HS-60 synths.” Link
Does not come with power cord or manual. ” Link
“This is an original Roland TB-303 Bass Line synthesizer with built in sequencer! This is a very rare and sought after synth originally released in 1982, no need to describe this one as if you are looking at this auction, you know what this synth does and what it’s capable of, especially in the genres of dance, house, acid, ambient and trance music.
The unit is in very good condition all around with light signs of wear. There’s one scratch on the rear (by the connectors) – outside of that, nothing major. All buttons and knobs work perfectly. The battery compartment is completely clean. All connectors in great shape.
The unit powers on perfectly on batteries or via the supplied power supply. The Roland/Boss PSA-120S power supply is a well regarded power supply for this unit – it supplies clean regulated power. If you choose batteries, it requires 4 standard C-Cell batteries (not included).
The unit passes and plays audio with no issues. I played around with it for a while and verified that the knobs properly modify the sound of the audio that comes through it. All controls that I tested seemed to respond properly.
Roland TB-303 Bass Line Synthesizer
Roland/Boss PSA-120S Power Supply (new)
Padded Carrying Case” Link
“This is a Roland S-10 Sampler in very nice condition considering it’s age. I purchased this in 1989, and its been in a closet for the last part of its life. Its features include 12-bit sampling, (now back in vogue!), 8 voice polyphony, auto-looping, and a handy arpeggiator. It has its own unique sound relative to the E-mu, Akai, and other samplers of its day. The sampler is compact, heavy, and well built. The auction includes only the keyboard, Roland power cord, a box of 10 Quick Disks, the plastic QD holder that hangs on the back of the keyboard, and the original Roland S-10 sales brochure. I will also a PDF of the S-10 service manual to the buyer via email.
It’s in good looking and playing condition. The keys and key action are very good. The LCD display is fine, and a backlight was visible in the daylight, but I did not test the brightness in a darkened room. I tried loading a few of the Quick Disks, some loaded fine, others gave me “I/O Error 2″, which probably means the data on the disk has evaporated over the years. It’s likely (but not guaranteed) the disks would still be usable if over-written with new data. It has MIDI in/out/through connectors, and can also function as a compact MIDI controller.” Link
Item is working perfectly apart from a failed voice board so 5 note polyphony instead of 6.” Link
“The synth is in fantastic Condition and only a few minor things are keeping it from being Perfect.
I never saw a nicer one, it has no rust, no tobacco smells, no scratchy pots, no missing screws, feeds, etc.
All the old PSU Caps are replaced with new ones, no dust or dirt inside, always kept it under
the included cover.
It operates on European Voltage, if you want to use it in the UK you need a (cheap)
power plug/inlet converter, just for the plug (or replace it) not for the voltage.
Check picture 5 to see the original Euro plug. ” Link
“I’ve finally decided to part with my beloved 808 to buy some other dearly needed gear. It’s been lightly used in the past 10 years and I’ve owned it since the early 90s. It has the wear and scratches you would expect from an instrument of its vintage but is fully functioning.
Serial #:072747″ Link
“Up for auction is a RARE Vintage 1984 Roland TR-808 Computer Controlled Rhythm Composer in Excellent condition with slight patina giving it more of that Vintage look and feel that everyone is looking for. (see close up pictures below for details). Only a few light surface scratches and blemishes are keeping me from saying this machine is in MINT condition.
This is by far the Cleanest and Best TR-808 on the market. Museum display quality! This is a collectors item! The factory clear plastic protection film is still on the name plate. This machine is only 30 years YOUNG and is ready for another 30 years! If you’re looking for a TR-808 that is ready to GO without the need for any expensive service, this is the machine for you. It has been tested and is fully functions and ready for custom beats to be made. ” Link
The Roland TR-707 comes from a smoke free environment.
This TR707 works as it should and has been prfoessionally serviced by myself. All sliders and pots have been carefully removed, disassembled, and cleaned to ensure no unwanted noise such as static sounds when adjusting volumes. The inside has been cleaned as well to ensure against any unwanted dust bunnies that may possibly be hibernating.
As seen in the pics, all knobs and slider caps are present, as well as the battery cover. There is no corrosion on the battery terminals.
This does come with a DC power adapter. 2 “AA” size batteries (not included) are used to keep patterns in memory while the unit is unplugged.
The serial on this unit is 715870.” Link
” This listing is for a vintage Roland TR-808 drum machine with built-in MIDI. All functions have been tested and in good working order. It has a 220V power cord, so if you are in the United States, you will need a step voltage convertor. Includes operation manuals. Local bidders welcome to take a listen at my studio in Hollywood.” Link
” Selling a vintage Roland CompuRhythm CR-78 Rhythm machine. Serial #893847. The black tolex on the enclosure is peeling in some places and does show signs of use, but not too bad. There are also a few splinters in the plywood. The faceplate is in great condition. (See pics). In my opinion, this unit is in good condition for being 32+ years old. All knobs, sliders and buttons are in tact. All of the controls appear to work fine. The unit powers up and appears to do what it’s supposed to do, play rhythms. I tested the unit using the high impedance 1/4″ output jack. I dont have the proper switches to test any of the other 1/4″ in/outs on the rear panel. I also could not test the “programming” feature (Im guessing you need the trigger switch for programming). This unit does not come with any footswitches/triggers.” Link
For the synth fan you will know that it features a built in sequencer, monophonic and just about limited by your imagination.
It has a power supply but sadly I can’t find the manual that came with it. I don’t have the modulation grip and strap either.
My reason for selling is a simple one. I have to buy my son a special present for his 16th birthday in April and therefore I have to raise the funds so he can buy something special for himself too.
It is in good working order, the headphone jack needs looking at as sometimes it cuts in and out so you may need to look at this.
I’ve never gigged with it which is why is still in good condition. ” Link
“Roland TR-909 Drum Machine.
Fully Functional. Has been in my studio. Checked out, and its working 100%. It has no major cosmetic flaws. The voltage has been modified to 110 but can easily be switched back to its original 220!
Guaranteed to Work 100%. No Scratchy Pots! No dirty outputs.!
A legend and one of a kind machine.
I am selling it because a have moved on to digital production and need new gear!
It has been with me for 15 years!” Link
An excellent addition to anyones collection of older classic instruments! Comes with Roland case
This one seems to have been fitted with a midi module offering In Out and Through, but this has not been tested.
There is some significant damage but nothing that seems too difficult to repair and an internet search seems to show the bits probably required. Please see pictures – details are: Arpegiator on switch is broken (rest of arpegiator unit cannot be tested), one key broken, modulator wheel broken.” Link