Wurlitzer @ 22 July 2014, Comments Off

“Cleaning out my projects! See my other auctions!

This auction is for THREE Wurlitzer rhythm machines. I got these to modify (you can add individual trigger inputs), but I’m not going to find the time. I don’t think these are missing any parts, but one is more disassembled than the other two.

Sold for parts/repair only. ” Link

Wurlitzer @ 12 July 2011, Comments Off

“Up for auction is this vintage wurlitzer model 5020 analog drum machine for parts or repair. It might still work, the cord has been cut off and is missing one of the push down drum buttons.It is not in the picture but there is a big round knob for the tempo..Do not know if is the right knob..” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.

Wurlitzer @ 05 July 2011, Comments Off

“Wurlitzer Model 5020 Analog Drum Machine. Electronic Swingin’ Rhythm, Model 5020. I’d say this is probably early 1970′s. Great vintage sound. Trigger (or play) the kit yourself with depression buttons for bass, brush, snare (roll), block, and cymbal.

If you’ve played one of these before, I don’t need to describe the simple pleasure of playing a really complicated beat on four or five fingers and having your other hand free as well as your feet for bass and lead parts. The built in loops are pretty standard for the era of organ accessory drum machines: Waltz, Latin, Foxtrot, Teen, & March.

You can double and triple up the loops as well as adjust tempo, and also add your own embellishments with the five individual drums that you can trigger. The light on the left is power, the light on the right flashes in time with your preset tempo.

This isn’t a super easy drum machine to find, both in terms of general scarcity and because if you have one, you’re playing it. Fresh from a local estate. It’s about 4″ tall, 7-1/2″ wide and 9″ deep. It is unique and different from the Roland, Univox, Maestro, Korg or other combo organ analog drum machines you’ll find around.

It is a mono unit, single RCA output as well as an auxiliary input, and an external control that must be organ driven via single RCA. Great old drum machine with a great sound. Someone else wrote on Ebay awhile back but “”The subtle uniqueness of this machine truly stands out in a mix, and that is why rappers, hip-hop artists, and circuit-benders seek them out. Uniqueness is in and it can bend!”

Excellent overall condition, this looks good out of the box, and will sound great too” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.

Wurlitzer @ 21 June 2011, Comments Off

“A vintage drum machine that was made by Wurlitzer.

100% analog drum sounds. RCA output.
You can play/trigger drum sounds and its got built in “loops” w/ adjustable tempo.

Your grandpa’s drum machine. Extremely collectible and RARE!!!!!

I am guessing the date is the early to mid 1970′s.

It measures roughly 4″ tall x 7.5″ wide x 9″ deep.” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.

Wurlitzer @ 12 April 2011, Comments Off

“Offered is one vintage drum machine by Wurlitzer. It’s the kind of sound you’d expect from old tube organs. This is a solid-state, pre-digital rhythm machine. It has push-pull knobs on the face for turning the unit off and on. The orange lights still glow and every preset is tested and working. There are five sound banks and five instruments. The knobs are momentary levers that you hold down to get a temporary sound from. If you release them they return to the original position and go silent. You can hear demos of this model on YouTube. You’ll need an RCA to 1/4″ convertor to run it with effects or a reverb unit. No additional cable or other accessories are included. The power cord is hardwired to the unit. This is a very straight-forward unit for retro drum patterns.” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.

Wurlitzer @ 08 February 2011, Comments Off

“This Vintage Wurlitzer Swingin’ Rythym Drum Machine is in working condition. It could use a little cleaning and the veneer is a little worn especially on the back top corners but should clean up nice for you collection or use.” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.

Wurlitzer @ 14 September 2010, Comments Off

“Vintage Wurlitzer Swingin’ Rhythm Analog Drum Machine that I bought a while back and haven’t used much – works as far as I know……hooked it up to the TV today – lights went on, the different rhythums work, the volumn works, just didn’t see what the paddels across the bottom do, but it does work.” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.

Wurlitzer @ 07 September 2010, Comments Off







WOOD IN PRESTINE CONDITION ALSO.” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.