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 Make Ppg
 Model 1002 super-rare analogue monosynth
 Description One of the very rarest synths of all time, made in 1976 in very small numbers by Wolfgang Palm and colleagues. Even rarer to find one in excellent working order, which this one is, thanks to Lucid servicing it in the last two months. Because of the tiny production run and/or the early days of synthesis, it looks like some of these had slight variations to their interfacing - either added by the new owners or perhaps even made to special order. This one's back panel has an extra row of mini-jack V-Trig, Osc and Filter sockets, and a multi-pin socket which looks vaguely familiar but has anyway been disconnected. Packing 20GBP. Please see the next lot for an excellent flightcase that this PPG has sat in for safe storage. We don't want to courier the synth in the flightcase, but it would be ideal for hand delivery or collection.
 Age n/a
 Weight n/a
 Condition Very good
 Location Uk (Item is at Vemia 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 Europe standard plug
 Voltage type Internal 220-240V power supply
 Status Item has been sold or not sold in a previous auction
 Sale type The item is on the auction rooms
 Ending on 11/11/2023
 Category Synthesizer (monophonic) 
 Serial number Unknown
 Sphere reference # 26993
 Statistics Created on : 02/11/2023 
Changed on : 02/11/2023 
  Published on : 02/11/2023
  Displayed : 1369 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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The following section gives you the prices as well as shipment and payment conditions associated with the item. Payment is always requested in GBP. Converted price is shown for information and converted with Sphere standard currency rate.

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 Start price 5950 GBP
 Converted price (1) 5950 GBP
 Shipment International or local shipment to pay
 Packing costs 20 GBP
 Payment Full pre payment needed
 Auction bid step 50 GBP
 Auction highest bid 13150 GBP
 Converted highest bid 13150 GBP
 Leader or winner aberdeentp
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