Korg SR-120 Project Machine

“This plays its sounds. All the buttons and patterns work.

There’s static noise that also plays. It didn’t do this a few years ago when it was in perfect health.

My guess is that one or more of the capacitors is dying or is dead. If you don’t have the skills to know how to fix this, you’ll have to take it to a shop.

There seems to be a lot of broken SR-120’s showing up for sale and I think this is a standard issue. Capacitors tend to go after a few decades. You probably don’t want pay a lot of money for one that is working correctly and hasn’t been serviced because it will likely go wrong on you. If you’re going to buy one, ask about when/how it’s been serviced.” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Korg SR-120

“The model number is SR-120
This drum machine is in pre-owned condition
There are some scuffs and scratches throughout from use
The lights come on but otherwise was not working.
Please view the pictures for best description!” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Korg SR-120

“Up for sale, a 1976 Korg Univox SR-120 vintage drum machine in excellent condition and perfect working order. The Korg SR-120 is an analog drum machine produced in Japan in 1976, and came in two variations, a wood panel version for home/studio use, and a black tolex travel-ready version of which this particular SR-120 is an example. This was the most advanced drum machine from the Korg “Mini Pops” series, which was the name given to a number of early drum machines from Korg during the late 1960s into the 1970s. The machines were based around a number of preset rhythm patterns, such as waltz, samba and rhumba. The onboard sounds are famous for being delightly “lo-fi” and are just as at home in hip-hop as they are in indie/dream pop.” Click here to visit listing on eBay