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Roland V-Synth GT
5.0/5 2

Analog Modeling Synthesizer

V-Synth GT is the kind of a synthesizer which makes you think that you should’ve thought before, because if you didn’t buy it when it was released you’ll find the today’s prices insane. The elder brother of V-Synth is on sale from time to time, and...

1 800.00
Roland JV-80
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JV-80 is a 28-note polyphonic synthesizer with 4 oscillators per voice. The 61-note keyboard is velocity sensitive and supports aftertouch. The digital synth engine offers 4MB of ROM sampled sounds. Roland installs in the instrument its digital Time...

Roland JV-90
5.0/5 1


Synthesizer, Digital (D), Voices: 28, Multi Timbral Capacity: 8 part(s), Oscillators per voice: 4, Number of Keys: 76, Aftertouch, Velocity Sensitivity, Size: 6.5, Production start: 1993, Production end: 1994.

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Synthesizer, Digital (D), Digital Voices: 32, Multi Timbral Capacity: 9 part(s), Oscillators overall: 4, Number of Keys: 61, Velocity Sensitivity, Size: 5, Production start: 1989, Production ended: Yes.

Roland D-50
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D-50 is one of the most popular digital synthesizers not only ever created by Roland but ever emerged on the market. The 61-note velocity sensitive keyboard with aftertouch was released in 1987. It features 16-voice polyphony which becomes an 8 one in a...