Sakata @ 18 October 2011, Comments Off on Sakata DPM 48

“I am selling a rare Sakata DPM 48 drum machine. This machine does not have the rom but does produce sounds when you hit the various function keys (tom, hi hat, snare etc.). The machine works fine when producing sounds. There is a mark on the front of the machine and when you pick up the machine there is a noise like there is some debris inside the chasis. I have never opened up the machine because as I said it work great when using the touch keys to produce sound. The metronome works. The main volume knob needs the screw tightened as some times you can pull it up off of the pot. But it also works well. These are super rare and make some pretty good vintage sounds. I also think it looks awesome. ” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.

DPM-48, Sakata @ 25 January 2011, Comments Off on Sakata DPM-48

“Very rare Percussion Drummachine, made in Japan in the early 80’s. The same machine was manufactured under the names Jugg Box DPM-48, and Hammond DPM-48.

The concept of this drummachine is to save the patterns on exchangeable memory cartridges. It offers 8 drumsound channels with 22 sounds in total, each of the channels individually adjustable in volume and with a non-dynamic trigger button. You can record step-by-step or in realtime with help of a built-in metronome. like new with cartridge ” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.