Yamaha SY35

” You are bidding on my Yamaha SY35 synthesizer. I’ve owned this one for around five years, having originally been an SY35 user in the 1990s. I bought it from someone who had owned it from new and had only used it at home. You can tell it’s not been knocked about. This model is in excellent cosmetic condition for a synth knocking on for 30. The buttons all function as they should and have very little, if any, wear or fading. All the numbers are bright and the display is in A1 condition. ” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Yamaha DX7

“Yamaha DX7 Mk1 vintage synthesizer. Originally imported from the USA (comes complete with US>UK transformer) Serviced by antech-systems.com, this example has a replacement undertray, pitch/mod wheel panel, right-hand end block, new black wooden end caps and keys replaced where necessary. Fully-functional with original factory patches installed. Starting bid of £450 reflects the costs of servicing and parts to achieve this condition, otherwise I’m happy to hold onto it for a few more years!” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Yamaha DX21

“Classic keyboard in working order with a couple of faults;

– White key (D) marked with black tape on the right makes no sound.
– White key (D) marked with black tape on the left works but has dropped.
– The LCD display is not perfect but is still completely legible.”
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Yamaha TX802

“Item Description: This Yamaha TX802 FM Tone Generator Rackmount Synthesizer is listed for parts/repair because we did not fully test the item, we simply powered it on and took some pictures of it and then turned it off, basically.

Condition: Has some random scratches and scuffs and a scrape which can be seen in the very last image provided.” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Yamaha TX81Z

“The Yamaha TX81Z is a rack version of Yamaha DX11 and rack-mounted frequency modulation music synthesizer, which was released in 1987. Unlike previous FM synthesizers of the era, the TX81Z was the first to offer a range of oscillator waveforms other than just sine waves, conferring the new timbres of some of its patches when compared to older, sine-only FM synths. The TX81Z has developed a famous reputation, largely based on some of its preset bass sounds. A keyboard version with more onboard editing abilities was released the following year as the Yamaha DX11.” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Yamaha TG33

“This synthesizer is in perfect working order, and is in good physical condition, as well (for a plastic synthesizer from the 90’s at least)! There are a few small scuffs in the finish near the vector joystick on the front (picture #4) and the rubber feet seem to have been melted off or peeled off intentionally by a previous owner, so I have replaced them with adhesive feet, which work great and can’t be seen unless you flip it over. It is loaded with the two banks of factory patches, and all the buttons and controls work smoothly, with no bad buttons or dead LEDs. The MIDI inputs and outputs work correctly, and it sounds great, just not something that fits into my personal workflow. Great 90’s ROMpler sounds with the added bonus of a built-in FM engine to create some of those classic Yamaha ” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Yamaha TX81Z

“This is a Yamaha TX81Z FM 1U Rack Mount Synthesizer. It comes from my personal home studio, has the original parameter user card and is in excellent overall condition. All I/O jacks are fully tested with both accepting and transmitting sysex data. All of the original presets have been loaded and ready to go! All memory locations work and can be stored and edited.”
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Yamaha DX11

“Up for sale is a pre-owned Yamaha DX11 61-Key FM Digital Keyboard Synthesizer. This item is in good condition, showing signs of some normal wear such as some scratches, mostly on the bottom casing from previous use. The bottom of one of the keys is chipped (see photo). The keyboard has been tested and works great. Purchase includes (1) Yamaha DX11 61-Key FM Digital Keyboard Synthesizer ONLY, as shown. No other items/accessories are included.Please carefully review photos of actual item for sale and ask any questions you may have prior to purchase.Note that every item we sell is discretely marked with security ink to protect both the buyer and the seller.”
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Yamaha DX7

“Yamaha DX7S Digital Synthesizer Keyboard. Condition is “Used.” This is the powerful DX7 keyboard that many bands continue to use today. One chip is included in this sale. This unit looks great and works great.” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Yamaha FB-01

“FOR PATRS OR REPAIR ONLY…UNTESTED…UNIT POWERS ON BUT IT ONLY SHOWS WHAT YOU SEE IN PHOTO #2…SOLD AS-IS…I DON’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS ITEM…NO RETURNS ACCEPTED…ONLY WHAT YOU SEE IN PHOTOS IS WHAT YOU WILL GET…IF IS NOT IN PHOTOS IS NOT INCLUDED…” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Yamaha DX7 II D

” You are bidding on my Yamaha DX7 ii D. I’ve owned this for around five years and it is in excellent cosmetic condition for a 30+ year old synth.

In the time I’ve had it, it has been kept in a pet free, smoke free home studio and stored beneath a vinyl cover which I had shipped from the States when not in use.

This is a fantastic example of 80s FM synthesis, improving on the original DX7 in a number of ways. The keyboard feels great and it’s a joy to play. The only tiny issues to mention are that the numbered keys sometimes take a second press to get the result you want, but they all work and you can select all the presets. During testing, I noticed that the left channel was weaker than the right channel. Never noticed this when playing through an amp – but it is noticeable with headphones on so I feel it’s only fair to mention it. It may be a setting on the synth, but I genuinely don’t know.

MIDI and sustain both function as they should. I’ve had this running into my interface running Cubase 10 Pro, so it is still very recordable.

I know FM synthesis can be a bit Marmite, but if you’re looking to nail the sound of the 80s, this is what you need. ” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Yamaha DX7

“Yamaha DX7 Mk1 vintage synthesizer. Originally imported from the USA (comes complete with US>UK transformer) Serviced by antech-systems.com, this example has a replacement undertray, pitch/mod wheel panel, right-hand end block, new black wooden end caps and keys replaced where necessary. Fully-functional with original factory patches installed. Starting bid of £450 reflects the costs of servicing and parts to achieve this condition, otherwise I’m happy to hold onto it for a few more years!” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Yamaha FB-01

“It powers up and all the buttons work, it’s in working order.The case paintwork is a bit chipped but the case itself isn’t damaged and is in good order.Theres a light scratch on the display window which will probably polish out if you’re bothered!” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Yamaha FB-01

“Here we have a Yamaha FB01 which is a late 1980s FM based midi synth. It’s in great shape. I have the manual too.

It is 8 note poly and those voices can be used as 8 different mono sounds, a single 8 note poly or a number of other splits… (For example, 2 mono sounds, a duo sound and a 4 note poly sound(

It is the absolute classic sound of mid 80s. It is a simpler version of the classic DX7 (which is not multi timbral) with 4 operators.

You probably know all of this if you are looking.” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Yamaha SY35

“THE ITEM IS IN USED CONDITION AND MAY HAVE SOME COSMETIC SIGNS OF USE, SUCH AS SCRATCHES AND DENTS, BUT EXCEPT THAT IT REMAINS IN GOOD WORKING ORDER. IT IS COMING AS SEEN ON THE PHOTOS WITHOUT CONNECTION CABLES AND WITHOUT ACCESSORIES, BUT WITH 12V NON-ORIGINAL POWER SUPPLY INCLUDED. PLEASE SEE ALL PHOTOS AND READ FULL DESCRIPTION BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO BUY AN ITEM FROM US.” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Yamaha DX7S

“Yamaha dx7S synthesizer. Condition is used.

Here is my Yamaha DX7S Synthesizer up for auction.

I have replaced the internal battery with a new battery housing soldered onto motherboard which will make future battery changes a total breeze!

The initial factory sounds were lost due to ths battery so it will need the sounds loading back in or a cartridge, I don’t have the cartridge but it can be done via midi.

This is a vintage synth in great condition that needs the sounds loading boack in, all keys and case in great condition… grab a bargain with a .99p start and no reserve.” Click here to visit listing on eBay