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Moog DFAM (Drummer For Another Mother)
5.0/5 2

  Analog Percussion Synthesizer   600.00 U.S.Dollars

Percussion Synthesizer, Analogue (A), Voices: 1, Monophonic, Monotimbral.

4.5/5 2

  Percussion Synthesizer   300.00 U.S.Dollars

The drum machine Roland CR-8000 was released in the early 80's. The expensive device offers 10 distinctive types of percussion. Unlike the predecessors - CR-68 and CR-78 - CR-8000 got a small screen with tempo displaying, as well as knobs made in the...

Roland TR-626
5.0/5 1

  Rhythm machine   200.00 U.S.Dollars

Roland TR-626 became one of the very first full-digital drum machines which are based on compressed PCM samples – it also the latest unit of the famous TR series. It is an updated digital version of the classic TR-606 and TR-505. The design is very...

Roland TR-909
5.0/5 1

  Rhythm Machine   3 800.00 U.S.Dollars

If TR-808 was the "rhythm" godfather of hip-hop and electro music, then TR-909 meant the same for techno and house music. TR-909 was released 3 years after its predecessor, which offers an partially analog and kind of a hybrid sound generation. After a...

Roland TR-505
5.0/5 1

  Rhythm machine   150.00 U.S.Dollars

The budget digital drum machine Roland TR-505 was released in 1986. It is a simplified version of the classic TR-626. The interface has a monochrome display, 15 buttons for pattern settings, 2 knobs for volume and tempo change, and 16 pads with different...

Roland TR-727
5.0/5 1

  Rhythm Machine   600.00 U.S.Dollars

Roland TR-727, released in 1985, acts as a true follower of TR-707. Their interface doesn’t differ, but the main differences are in samples – TR-727 offers the library of Latin percussion. Ethnic percussion has won its place under the sun in modern dance...

Roland TR-707
5.0/5 2

  Rhythm machine   500.00 U.S.Dollars

In 1984 an important and good thing happened to TR family: Roland TR-707 rhythm machine was released. It has its own peculiar sound and features comfortable working process, and an impressive set of percussion is found in countless numbers of dance...

Roland TR-808
5.0/5 2

  Rhythm Machine   4 000.00 U.S.Dollars

Presented in 1980 by the Japanese manufacturer Roland TR-808 rhythm machine actually seemed to be, doomed to failure at the very beginning of its journey. It was the main competitor to the so much superior LM-1 Drum Computer on the market. Compared to...

Sequential Circuits Studio 440
5.0/5 2

  Sampler   1 000.00 U.S.Dollars

Studio 440 is a further development of the idea first implemented in Prophet 2000. The wide possibilities allow Studio 440 to remain a relevant instrument today, with only a few limitations: a small amount of built-in memory (512 KB) and low resolution...

5.0/5 1

  Percussion Synthesizer   1 000.00 U.S.Dollars

For many, drum machines were those boxes stuffed with "rattling", "booming" kick sounds from TR-808, or thick TR-909 snares. They were very popular in hip-hop and dance music, and completely changed our perception of drum machine sounds. But before all...