Univox / Crumar Jazzman.

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Ohm's Law
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Univox / Crumar Jazzman.

Post by Ohm's Law » Thu Jun 14, 2007 12:42 am

Hi,

Does anyone have an opinion of the Crumar / Univox Jazzman.

One just showed up in near mint condition at a local pawnshop for $80.00

Thanks,

Tim.
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Post by jko » Thu Jun 14, 2007 6:11 pm

personally, I think that's one of the much better and underrated of the most simple crumar instruments, because of the vibes sound mixed in. If any of the following is part of your plans - loungey or electro jazz, psychedelia, or mellow electronica, I would buy it, especially in that condition and price.

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Post by donaldm » Thu Jun 14, 2007 7:07 pm

buy it! Crumar's 70s transistor instruments are a h**l of a lot of fun, even if they sound like s**t and are prone to breaking down.

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