Hah! that machine has been around. It was for sale in the 90's at the turnkey shop in London, with a bunch of disks, I was touring with another act and I almost bought it, but decided not too in the end.Cam VanDerHorst wrote:I tried to buy the ex-Simple Minds Emulator II that was being advertised on here several months ago. Sort of glad the bloke never got back to me because I'm really happy with the other gear I bought instead. I'd still like to have a synthesizer, sampler, or drum machine with some pedigree at some point, though.iamrcb wrote:I used to work for a guy that bought Dave Stewart's old E-MU Emulator II. Paid a fortune for it and I don't think he ever used it
Same story with the rolling stone's stuff, original dalek etc
The band that I work with has 2 of them, we don't tour them anymore, too unreliable. We used to call them the Seeyoulators.