RX15, Yamaha @ 21 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Excellent working condition, been in same household from new, unfortunately no manual but you can find it online. Don’t be put off by the plug, you can use a travel adapter and there is a switch on the back to use 240v or 110v.” Link

CS-01, Yamaha @ 21 July 2017, “No Comments”

“From my limited knowledge of the features of this item, it all seems to be in working order (there is an altered sound with every dial). Unfortunately there are two buttons missing, although still functional.” Link

CS-01, Yamaha @ 21 July 2017, “No Comments”

“The item is in Mint Condition Tested with my knowledge powers on makes sounds, some minor scratches ( see pictures ) missing the cover for battery tray. Overall in good shape. Please examine the pictures for it is the exact item you will be receiving. ” Link

DX-7, Yamaha @ 21 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Yamaha DX7 keyboard/synthesizer. Has some scratches, scuffs, and labels taped on. Other than that it is a beautifully working and fully functioning machine. Comes with 2 cartridges and power cord. This synthesizer is heavy and the shipping cost will reflect that.” Link

TX802, Yamaha @ 21 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Used. Top of the unit has some scratches. Still has the pull out info cards.” Link

“test it look like all key still working overall still look good except some scratched on the back ” Link

“Tenori-On white model with power adapter, original box, desktop stand and adapter for mounting on a microphone stand. It is in working condition, powers on.

Only item missing is the midi cable adapter, which can be obtained separately.” Link

TX802, Yamaha @ 21 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Unit is used. It’s a bit scratched—see pics. Unit powers up and produces sound via MIDI. I am unable to restore to factory default using the restore sequence.” Link

TG100, Yamaha @ 21 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Yamaha TG100 Tone Generator Module with Adapter. Works fine.” Link

CS-01, Yamaha @ 21 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Used in good condition Yamaha vintage synthesizer. Rare. No power Supply. Synthesizer only. Good sound. works” Link

TX7, Yamaha @ 21 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Still works well, currently has a custom soundbank loaded. Recently replaced the CMOS battery, with a battery holder so in twenty years when it’s time to replace it again, it’ll be easier to do.” Link

“Unit powers up. Some wear to the finish. Scuffs and scratches.” Link

SY35, Yamaha @ 21 July 2017, “No Comments”

“This item is used and in fair condition. There is some markings on some of the keys that will not come off. Also tested, all buttons and commands work, but two of the black keys are not working seems to be that they need to be re-attached. Comes with power cord. Please see pictures for further explanation.” Link

“I bought it used, but never used it myself. It has sat untouched, unmoved and only powered on once. The blemishes are as they were when I received it. Hope you enjoy! :)” Link

“In top notch cosmetic condition, really beautiful, and everything works and sounds as it should. Truly excellent cosmetic condition. Built like a tank. Comes with cover and legs, so it can be set up on its own without a stand, or just throw the legs in the cover and it’s ready to travel in its own built in road case.” Link

” Recent extensive restoration. Great playing vintage synthesizer. Expect some normal cosmetic blemishes from normal use and transport of a vintage music instrument.” Link

“Very Well cared for Tenori-On” Link

DX-1, Yamaha @ 21 July 2017, “No Comments”

dx1 “Here we have an excellent musical instrument. The Yamaha DX1. I refer to it as a musical instrument because nothing stands between you and your creativity when you use it like some other hardware synths. It feels like a complete thought or idea as opposed to just hardware. No expense was spared making this the ultimate FM instrument.

The components are so quality that it never makes an offensive/shrill sound. It’s easy to get lost in playing it. This was the most expensive project Yamaha ever undertook. I do not think anyone for the rest of human existence is going to put this much money or attention to detail into a synthesizer ever again. To me, that is what makes this machine special and dear to my heart. This is one of three DX1s that I have owned. I sold the first in 2009 and received positive feedback for it.

People will go on and on about how the engine of a DX1 is two DX7s. This does not ring true to me. There are so many components and circuit boards inside the DX1 compared to the bare bones set up of a DX7. They may say how a FS1R can do more. This maybe true and they are cool units but the output sounds buzzy and shrill comparatively, plus scrolling through menu after menu is not fun. There is something about the “Rolls Royce” quality of the DX1, plus the sound, plus the interface that makes it really special. This of course is all my opinion. I can say I have compared the sound of the Yamaha DX5 and Mk1 DX-7(sold one of each on ebay and received positive feedback for both) and while they both sound nice the DX1 blows them away in just the weight and warmth of the sound. Comparing a DX1 to other FM synths is like comparing a Fairlight CMI to an Akai sampler. The Akai wins on paper but you don’t play paper. Again, all the machines I mentioned are great and have their place. I just think the DX1 is extra special.

They only made 140 of these. My guess is only 75-100 remain in good functioning condition. This one looks and functions excellently. As you can see from the pictures it looks sharp. It has NO smoky, musty, or unpleasant smell. It does have a few minor cosmetic flaws that I have shown in the photos keeping it from being “perfect”. It has a few flaws in the wood that are not very noticeable because they blend in with the rustic grain and texture of the REAL Brazilian Rosewood, but they are there and you can see them if you look for them. Overall this is a well taken care of DX1 with a small amount of wear, it is in far better shape than many other DX1 instruments I have seen. It has always been stored in a climate controlled environment. You will not be disappointed. ” Link

RX15, Yamaha @ 14 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Yamaha RX15, Digital Rhythm Programmer, Drum Machine, Vintage
gebraucht mit Anleitung guter Zustand
Privatverkauf keine Garantie und Rücknahme!” Link

DX-7, Yamaha @ 14 July 2017, “No Comments”

“A series 1 Yamaha DX7 which I’ve had since about 1982. It’s in really good order for its age considering that it was in constant use until about three years ago when the band finally called it a day. The battery is currently reading an acceptable level of 2.8 volts but will possibly need changing over the next year or so.

Included in the sale are a Packhorse Flight Case, the two original data ROMs that came with the instrument and a BC1 breath controller (which has never, to my recollection, been used!

Most of the installed sounds are the original ones – we lost all the bespoke sounds last time we lost the backup battery.

The only modification is an IEC mains socket that has been professionally fitted in place of the rather awful fixed mains cable. I’ll throw in a kettle lead!”

QX5, Yamaha @ 14 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Used but in good condition and fully working. Comes with original manual.” Link

“One owner from new, original users guide. Bought around 1983. Beautiful classic FM tones. Great condition. Fully working.” Link

DX-7, Yamaha @ 14 July 2017, “No Comments”

“I have tons of sounds supplied with this unit as well as an editor & librarian, all on disc.

Includes a case!

Brand new backlit display installed.” Link

CS-60, Yamaha @ 14 July 2017, “No Comments”

“I’ve had this keyboard for about 20 years. I’ve had it stored for the past 15 or so. I fired it up and it doesn’t work quite right. It’s hard to explain but when you play a key, it make a high pitch sound until you push it about 6 times or so. I’m able to make chords but I don’t know what’s going on. All the keys work and the controls work as well as the pitch strip. I think something is wrong with some of the voices. I have no idea. It sounds good though! I have the original legs with the Yamaha bag. The zipper has come loose on one side but that can be fixed. One of the knobs that holds the support is broken but the screw is there to tighten it anyway. I also have the music holder as well. I love this thing and don’t really want to sell it so no low ballers! ” Link

SK15, Yamaha @ 14 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Up for auction is a vintage Yamaha SK15 synthesizer keyboard in nice physical condition. All lights, switches and functions seem to work but being sold as is due to age. I have not sound tested this unit but was told it worked fine when it was last used which was a couple of years ago. ” Link

SY35, Yamaha @ 14 July 2017, “No Comments”

“UP FOR YOUR BIDDING PLEASURE IS THIS YAMAHA SY35 DYNAMIC VECTOR SYNTHESIZER in Excellent condition. Very Practical (Great Bread & Butter) & unusual Synth Tones/audioscapes can be had with this very Cool! Hybrid Synth. Uses internal AWM Samples as well as FM Synthesis to Create it’s great Bank of patches and controllable via the Circular “joystick” Controller allowing you to “morph” and “mix” your sound patch as you see fit” Link

DX-7, Yamaha @ 14 July 2017, “No Comments”

“This keyboard is in good working condition. This is a legendary synth. It has seen better days, for there are some scuffs and scratches here and there. But it does not effect the sound in any way.” Link

DX-7s, Yamaha @ 14 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Great condition vintage Yamaha DX7 keyboard. Has always been kept in a smoke free studio environment. Also includes DX7 Voice ROM data cartridge 3. Serial number -29796 ” Link

DX-7s, Yamaha @ 14 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Yamaha DX7s Vintage Classic Synthesizer + Cartridge.

Normal worn. Some scratches and stickers. ” Link

“Yamaha TX816 with 4 TF1 Modules. Works perfectly. Has minor scratches on the top (see the pictures; the scratches appear much worse in the photo than they are in person). ” Link

DX-7, Yamaha @ 14 July 2017, “No Comments”

“Used Yamaha DX7. Classic FM Synthesizer. Good condition for its age. I believe all functions/inputs/outputs work well as I have used it often over the past two years and never noticed any issues. Comes with additional RAM memory cartridge so that you can save more presets. ” Link

“Yamaha TX-216. In great working order.”

CS-50, Yamaha @ 14 July 2017, “No Comments”

“There is 2 of the 4 voices sounding. Sounds like the 3rd is faintly there. Could be trimmers or a chip.
As Is due to this problem and all questions can hopefully be answered by above video link” Link

CS-15, Yamaha @ 07 July 2017, Comments Off on Yamaha CS15

“I would recommend that this CS-15 requires a service for full perfect functionality. General wear and tear as photographed in the provided images.

The slider knobs are missing from the Portamento and Pitch Bend (as photographed), and there’s a small split in the power cable (as photographed), which doesn’t compromise the functionality of the synthesiser.” Link

DX-7, Yamaha @ 07 July 2017, Comments Off on Yamaha DX7

“This is a used DX7 with some cosmetic wear and there is a crack to one corner (see pictures). It also has a problem with one key occasionally and randomly playing itself (a low C#). Other than that it works well. Fine for playing and messing about programming sounds but you’d need to get it fixed for serious recording or live use.” Link