Scratch ticket = NEW MONO

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breckjay
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Scratch ticket = NEW MONO

Post by breckjay » Wed Sep 19, 2012 2:56 pm

Just won a wopping $2000 yesterday on a scratch ticket. So many thing come to mind on what to do with, but the wife said i can spend half. Was thinking about getting a new mono maybe cs 15 or the like. would like something with keys, one know per function. Something with no memory, 100% straight knob twitching. 2 VCO's with sub ocs. sample and hold would be nice. new or old does not matter, or new or used. I really don't want to make an impulsive just because its on ebay ( we have all made though's, lol ) would get the minibrute but sadly it seems very unattainable. any thoughts?
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Re: Scratch ticket = NEW MONO

Post by iProg » Wed Sep 19, 2012 3:19 pm

Pro-One, Moog Prodigy or Roland SH-2 :)

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Re: Scratch ticket = NEW MONO

Post by breckjay » Wed Sep 19, 2012 3:34 pm

I am kinda leaning on the moog side, maybe the cs 15. idk i will have to sleep on it.
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