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Boss DR-880 Dr. Rhythm
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Digital Drum Machine/ Percussion Synthesizer

Boss DR-880 is a portable drum machine with an integrated display and 20 pads. It is much more than just a drum machine. It includes a bass guitar synthesizer and effects for guitars: chorus, delay, reverb, "wah-wah", crunch. In addition, the device has...

500.00
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Rhythm&Drum Machine

Drum Machine BOSS DR-202 Dr. Groove was released in 2000. Like the rest of the "DR" series, the rhythm machine has very portable dimensions. It includes 207 types of drums and 49 basses, regrouped into 128 sets to create music in styles: hip-hop,...

120.00
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Digital Drum Machine

Boss DR-3 is the most portable drum machine from the entire "DR" series. It has a small display, 13 velocity sensitive pads and a small number of buttons for basic manipulation of both the patterns and percussion. The device has a library of 120 kinds of...

190.00
Boss DR-110 Dr. Rhythm Graphic
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Digital Drum Machine

In 1980, Roland introduced its first drum machine called BOSS Dr. Rhythm DR-55 with a set of 4 percussions, accent adjustment and a limited number of programmable patterns. In 1983, a follower of BOSS DR-110 Dr. Rhythm Graphic was released. Compared to...

100.00
Boss DR-55 Dr. Rhythm
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Digital Drum Machine

The release of DR-55 by Boss took place in 1980, and it became the first rhythm machine from the popular DR. Rhythm series. It was small, inexpensive, easy to use, and it is suitable for musicians of any level. Basic controls and drum timbres made this...

250.00