Roland System 700 on Seattle CL

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Roland System 700 on Seattle CL

Post by Computer Controlled » Wed May 13, 2009 1:27 am

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Re: Roland System 700 on Seattle CL

Post by Computer Controlled » Wed May 13, 2009 1:45 am

That answers that! =o]
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Re: Roland System 700 on Seattle CL

Post by nadafarms » Wed May 13, 2009 1:45 am

BEST DEAL BEST DEAL BEST DEAL BEST DEAL BEST DEAL BEST DEAL BEST

LOL!
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Re: Roland System 700 on Seattle CL

Post by RobotHeroes » Wed May 13, 2009 3:18 am

I think I've seen those same pics several times. Probably on eBay auctions too. :duckie:
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Re: Roland System 700 on Seattle CL

Post by novielo » Wed May 13, 2009 3:24 am

nadafarms wrote:BEST DEAL BEST DEAL BEST DEAL BEST DEAL BEST DEAL BEST DEAL BEST

LOL!
i guess if somebody sells one of theirs, it would be more like:

s**t s**t s**t s**t s**t s**t s**t s**t s**t s**t
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Re: Roland System 700 on Seattle CL

Post by LucB » Wed May 13, 2009 3:49 pm

We should organize an international VSE Justice League, arrange meetings with these frauds and beat the living s**t out of them using nothing but cheap digital Casios.

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Re: Roland System 700 on Seattle CL

Post by masyst » Thu May 14, 2009 2:53 pm

LucB wrote:We should organize an international VSE Justice League, arrange meetings with these frauds and beat the living s**t out of them using nothing but cheap digital Casios.
Good idea, 1 synth-point for you! :D
BTW I don't think you could beat the s**t out of them with cheap casios, they are simply too light.
We should drop a CS-80 on them instead (or old transistor organs if you don't wan't to destroy a beautiful synth)
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Re: Roland System 700 on Seattle CL

Post by iProg » Thu May 14, 2009 3:03 pm

Vengeance from the hammonds above....BANG! OUCH!

You sucker! You got your reward for cheating on the Craigslist! A Free organ!

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Re: Roland System 700 on Seattle CL

Post by matia » Thu May 14, 2009 5:31 pm

I would hook some of these frauders up to a DIY MIDI controlled car battery pulse generator ... let's get creative.

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Re: Roland System 700 on Seattle CL

Post by LucB » Thu May 14, 2009 7:23 pm

I get you point about the Casios, i really thought the damage would come from shards of plastic acting as shrapnel but the size and construction does represent a problem.

While it would be great to build a balista-type weapon to throw hammonds, and while everyone can imagine the kind of damage a Yamaha YC-45D travelling at 80 miles/hour to the face could do, i couldn't help to feel like it would be a waste of good electronics. And there aren't enough cheap italian combo organs like Eko Tiger Duos to have a lasting supply of ammo for all the frauds out there.

Matia brings an excellent option: getting creative with the theme without limiting ourselves to using prized hardware as projectiles or blunt weapons. I would totally see a MIDI implementation of the battery car pulse generator: seeing one of these frauds fry to The Human League's (Keep feeling) Satisfaction would probably be one of the most saddistic yet gratifying experience of my life.

Another suggestion: since many big CS series synth have faulty power circuitry, we could make new ones to process human electricity and just feed them the frauds as batteries, Matrix style. And beside's, what's a thief's life to 10 hours of madness on a CS-80?

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