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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by schmidtc » Sun Feb 17, 2013 10:17 pm

My Prophet 2000 with several disks for your TR-606. New England, USA

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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by Walter Ego » Tue Feb 19, 2013 12:08 am

SOLD

My minty Casio CZ-230S with original box, manual and Sega (?!, but works fine=right voltage) PSU for your CZ-101 in just about any cosmetic condition--just has to be 100% functional. PM me if interested.

I'm North of Boston, MA.

TRADED to SYNTHPARTS in California.
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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by xanadu97 » Tue Feb 19, 2013 2:11 am

Anyone want to trade their Monotron Duo for a normal Monotron?

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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by synthparts » Tue Feb 19, 2013 3:01 am

I have a Yamaha SK50D in excellent condition I would trade locally (SF bay area) for an SK30...
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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by Arddhu » Tue Mar 05, 2013 7:22 am

Thinking about trading my MK2 Monomachine for some Waldorf wavetables. Preferably a Microwave 1 or XT. Could even be swayed to a Blofeld keys.
Also have a Mirage DSK which I would consider swapping for some other crusty digital. (SY22, TG33 etc)

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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by themilford » Tue Mar 05, 2013 1:24 pm

My MINIBRUTE for your DX ("DXa" with factory midi preferred)

Brooklyn, NY
11220

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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by henwilli » Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:10 pm

Hi astraeus000,

Have you found a Fusion yet? I have one gathering dust in my spare bedroom. I would have to ship from Athens GA.

Henry

[quote="astraeus000"]Looking for an Alesis Fusion. (either 8HD or 6HD).

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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by themilford » Fri Mar 08, 2013 5:08 pm

Ok, I got more...

My:
MINIBRUTE
or
AX-80

for your DX
(DXa with factory midi preferred)

My:
Kawai R100

For your:
DSX

Brooklyn, NY
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WTT: Nord Modular G2 and Eleketron Machinedrum UW.

Post by 3001 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 1:45 am

Hi,

I'm looking to trade my nord modular g2 and my machinedrum. I'm really looking for a more instant gratification synth, I work on music as a hobby, and while the g2 can sound amazing. I think it'd be better off in the hands of someone who really wants to do in depth programming.

I'm interested in:

Roland SH5
Dave Smith Polyevolver
Roland SH101
octatrack
analog 4
Forat 9000
Octave Cat/Kitten

Let me know what you've got!:-)

I'mt mainly looking for analog:-)

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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by Walter Ego » Mon Mar 18, 2013 2:16 pm

My Casio CT-410V for your MT-400V with speakers. Mine is in great shape. Has a couple scratchy sliders and no PSU, but runs fine on D Cells.

I'm in Boston.
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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by supermel74 » Mon Mar 18, 2013 11:41 pm

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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by sovietsynth » Tue Mar 19, 2013 2:08 pm

Have a great soviet analog vocoder/string synth by ELEKTRONIKA EM26 in great condition,looking for a Novation Mininova,or Ultranova(for the Ultranova will pay some cash on top).

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FT: Yamaha CS-30 for Roland SH-5 or similar

Post by Sir Ruff » Sat Mar 23, 2013 5:06 pm

Thinking seriously about trading my CS-30. It's in great condition and sounds ridiculous, but is just not getting love it deserves. I initially sold my SH-5 after buying the 30, and now I'd like to try the 5 again. I could also be interested in similarly "large" vintage monosynths from that era, so try me!

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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by silikon » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:48 am

silikon wrote:Even more updated 12 Jan 2013
silikon wrote:TRADES, Beeeeches!

:D

My trade thoughts are fairly broad; something interesting, something of equal value (or cash supporting imbalances therein), and in nice physical and operational shape.

All the following gear for trade is located in Maryland, USA. I'd like to keep trades to within the continent (US,Canada, Mexico, you get the idea) but willing to do international for the right trade and with valid references.

Items for trade:

Casio CZ-5000 (original box, packing manuals)
Cyndustries Zeroscillator 1U (perfect, with wall wart)
FutureRetro 777 (excellent, with wall wart and manual)
Analogue Solutions Tereshkova (perfect, manual and mains cable)
Jomox 999 (serial number 001, perfect shape, manual, mains cable)
Teenage OP-1 (perfect, with one crank, USB cable and packing)

Types of things I would be interested in trade: (some would obviously be trade plus money)

Roland SH-3
Roland SH-1
Moog Voyager RME
Roland TR909
Leipzig K
Metasonix D-1000 & KV-100
Euro Modules of many flavors...
Thermionic Culture Vulture
Eventide Eclipse
DSI Tempest
Roland MKS-80 (with or without programmer)
Elka Synthex
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Re: Gear Trading Thread

Post by tamla » Thu Mar 28, 2013 2:05 pm

Probably very random request:
I have a fully working GEM S3 and Technics WSA1, but I have run out of space for keyboards - would anyone wish to swap them for the rack versions? (GEM S2R or Technics SX-WAS1R). No catch, just like for like - I still want to use them but I have no room to keep the keyboard versions but plenty of rack space.
The Technics keyboard has a crack in the casing thanks to the last couriers, purely cosmetic though - works a treat.

Location - E. London, UK

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