“This item is listed used but is in fact in pristine condition and come complete with original packaging-in this condition it should be in a museum.Idoubt that it has been used.
It has a built in amp/speaker plus jack output for external amplifier.The faceplate controls speak for themselves and obviously is analogue.
Its great fun to play along with -came with a Hamond organ I purchased- but I don’t have a great use for it ,so i’m sure someone would like it.” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
“This is a Roland Rhythm 330 drum machine in excellent condition, No flaws in cabinet or front or rear panels. Works perfectly. Serial 070248. Circa 1973. For 115-v 50/60 Hertz. Pure analog. Size: 9-1/2″ wide, 7″ high, 12″ deep. Weight 10-1/2 lb. Internal speakers. Rear panel jack for external amplifier also a jack for foot-pedal control. Front panel controls: Volume, Balance (a tone control that allows keeping or eliminating high-pitched sounds such as brushes), On-Off (for the rhythm), Start (Main power switch), Speed (Continuous from 0 to 208 beats/minute). Also push-button switches for Waltz, Slow Rock, Rock Beat, Bossa Nova, Mambo, Cha-Cha, Beguine, Rumba, March, Swing.
A really nice machine in excellent condition.” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
“Very rare Vintage 1973 Roland Rhythm 330 TR-330 Drum Machine in perfect working condition (check my feedback, I don’t sell anything I can’t stand by!) ” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
“AN AWESOME VINTAGE ROLAND TR-330 IN EXCELLENT PHYSICAL AND WORKING CONDITION. INCREDIBLY SWEET VINTAGE DRUM MACHINE. ONE OF THE FIRST, HAS ALL THE OLD SCHOOL SOUNDS. YOU ALREADY KNOW WHAT THIS IS ABOUT OR YOU WOULD NOT BE LOOKING HERE. THIS UNIT IS JUST A BEAUTIFUL PIECE.HALL AND OATES WOULD BE PROUD . HAS THE TEMPO CONTROL AND THE VARIENT OF RHYTHMS PUSH BUTTON CONTROL. CAN ALSO BE USED AS A METRONOME. HAS BUILT IN SPEAKERS, SO YOU CAN JUST PLAY ALONG WITHOUT AN AMP. A FANTASTIC PIECE.” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.