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FS: Future-Retro Revolution, Alesis Micron, MIDI/audio interface, guitar

Discussion in 'Buy & Sell & Rent' started by alison87, Mar 22, 2010.

  1. alison87

    alison87 TRIBE Member

    Hi guys,

    I'm selling off some of my audio gear so i can buy new toys :)

    Future-Retro Revolution synth $550

    This is the first revision (white with black end panels and blue LEDs). It's a great 303 clone with a couple of extra features like in-built delay/reverb effects, distortion, external audio in and control of envelope time to make for really long wahs or short blips. It has DIN Sync and CV/gate for syncing/sequencing old analog gear too. I just replaced the battery and restored the original patterns, so it's pretty much as-new condition. US/Canada and Australian power supply included.

    See: Future Retro Revolution Overview

    Alesis Micron synth $250

    This is one of the most flexible "cheap" virtual analogs on the market today. It has 37 keys and features a bunch of functionality usually only found in higher-level gear (full 8-part multitimbrality, drum parts, 16 filter types, mod routings out the ass etc). US/Canada and Australian power supply included.

    See: micron Analog Modeling Synthesizer

    Alesis io|2 audio/MIDI interface $50

    Nice and simple 2 in/2 out USB audio interface with phantom power, TRS inserts and MIDI in/out as well. Automatically detected on Mac and you can download Windows ASIO drivers if you need. This has a few scratches but works fine. No cables included, but it just uses a standard USB-B cable i think. USB-powered.

    See: iO|2 Portable 2-channel USB audio interface

    Kramer 110-ST $200 (no idea what this is worth)

    A real oldskool 80s Eddie van Halen guitar, made in Korea, i think. It's silver, only got one humbucking pickup, a Floyd Rose tremelo and one freakin volume knob. That's it, yo. You just shred and stuff. It's missing the back plate for the tremelo springs and has been bashed up a bit, though most of the paintwork is still looking good for something 20+ years old. I broke some strings a year or two back and haven't played it since, but it played fine when it was all together.

    See: Kramer 100 Series

    Everything except the guitar is in G/VG condition and has only been used at home in a smoke-free studio, but i can send photos if you're interested. Drop me a PM or reply here if you have any questions :)
  2. alison87

    alison87 TRIBE Member

    Non-tribers can email me using the following email address: amwgroups2003@yahoo.com I much prefer PM if possible.
  3. alison87

    alison87 TRIBE Member

    Revolution is gone. I might post these on eBay or Craigslist soon, though i'd way prefer to sell them to a Triber-or-friend-of. I'll consider reasonable offers, of course.

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