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Cyclone Analogic Drum Drone TT-606
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Analog Drum Computer

Rhytm/ Drum Machine, Analogue (A), Monophonic.

550.00
Roland TR-606
4.0/5 1

Analog Drum Machine

Shadowed by more famous colleagues, TR-606 strikes back. The release of a miniature box with huge potential took place in 1982. Like its colleagues bathing in fame pool, the drum machine generates its sounds with a simple analog circuit. At first glance,...

700.00
Roland TR-707
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Rhythm machine

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...

500.00
Roland TR-727
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Rhythm Machine

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...

600.00
Linn Electronics LinnDrum
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Digital Drum Machine

LinnDrum, or LM-2, went into production in 1982. LM-2 is an updated version of the LM-1, with added crash samples and cymbal rides. Unlike Roland TR series, the drum machine used 28-35 kHz samples of real acoustic drums. Thus, LinnDrum appeared to be a...

3 250.00