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 Make Roland
 Model System 700 Main cab, sequencer,keys
 Description Roland System 700 main cabinet, sequencer block & keyboard with original power supply. A rare opportunity to acquire one of the greats of analogue synthesis This Roland System 700 Main Cabinet, Sequencer block & keyboard are 240 volt units, originally supplied into the Australian market, and now available for inspection in the UK and for shipping worldwide. The plugs are Australian but easily changed in minutes to your country's (eg UK, Europe etc). Meticulously maintained, the main cabinet & sequencer are in full working order and as can be seen from the photographs, and appreciated when inspected, the units are in impeccable cosmetic condition. The original System 700 keyboard is inoperative, but in excellent cosmetic condition and fixable. A Roland System 100M keyboard that currently works with the units is also provided with this package. The System 700 featured in the story of analogue synthesis in the 1970s, and became the key instrument for early electronic artists including Hans Zimmer, Giorgio Moroder, Vince Clarke, The Human League and Depeche Mode. The provenance of this machine, is that it has been in the private collection of Nicole Skeltys, an electronic artist and producer well known and respected in the Australian electronic music scene. The instrument has been used in a number of her published works over the last three decades. This is a once in a decade opportunity to acquire what is believed to have been just 1 of 45 units ever produced. Its sound remains unrivaled and is sought after to this day. The units are complete with the original front cover panels & keyboard case and are also supplied with a raNGE of the original manuals, as well as some now hard to find spare electronic components however it should be noted that none have been required during the last 30 years. For all enquiries, including potential viewing in UK, please email pforrest@vemia.co.uk

Specifications Main cabinet All original modules: Three VCOs, noise generator & ring modulator, two VCFs, two VCAs, reverb, panning, standard oscillator & phase shifter, monitor / external keyboard controller /voltage processor / keyboard CV output / gate output, LFO 1 & 2, sample and hold, amplifier/envelope follower/integrator, dual envelope generator (ADSR 1 & 2), mixer (signal CV), multiple jack, power supply. Case and lid. (Serial no: 500309) Sequencer Original 16 channel step sequencer in case with lid. (Serial no: 500305) Keyboards The unit is supplied with an original System 700 keyboard and case. This is in excellent cosmetic condition however it is inoperative as it is missing a small circuit board. We have investigated getting a replacement made and this is relatively straightforward as the components used in the circuit diagram of this relatively simple board (a copy of which will be provided) are still easily obtainable (Serial no: 500404). Also provided is a Roland System 100M 184 polyphonic keyboard (Serial no: 140143) in working order. Manuals Four original Roland companion guides to synthesis and a print out of the original System 700 user manual and service circuit diagram. Components A range of components, increasingly difficult to acquire, to enable repairs (NB not needed to date)

 Age n/a
 Weight n/a
 Condition Near mint
 Location Uk 
 Vat Not from a VAT-registered business. But VAT / duty may be due if importing from outside your trade bloc.
 Quantity 1 item is available from the owner
 Options User manual : No
  Service manual : No
  First owner : No
  Original boxes : No
 Plug type Australia standard plug
 Voltage type External power supply 220-240V
 Status Item has been sold or not sold in a previous auction
 Sale type The item is on the auction rooms
 Ending on 13/04/2024
 Category Synthesizer (Modular) 
 Serial number 500309, 500305, 500404
 Sphere reference # 27531
 Statistics Created on : 26/03/2024 
Changed on : 27/03/2024 
  Published on : 01/04/2024
  Displayed : 1407 time(s) by members and guests  
Safety All electrical items sold in VEMIA are deemed to be trade sales. No warranty of electrical safety is given or implied. Many items are vintage and would not pass current electrical safety standards. It is the responsibility of the buyer to ensure that items are safe to use in their future environment - if necessary by using the services of a professional.

 
     

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 Start price 50000 GBP
 Converted price (1) 50000 GBP
 Shipment International or local shipment to pay
 Packing costs 0 GBP
 Payment Full pre payment needed
 Auction bid step 50 GBP
 Auction highest bid 50050 GBP
 Converted highest bid 50050 GBP
 Leader or winner rolandfras
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