Vintage Synthesizers

On this page you can find Vintage Synthesizers of various models available in our Show Room.

We deliver your Vintage Synthesizer serviced in every part and guaranteed 12 months.

Visit us in our Show Room and you can try the Vintage Synthesizer you prefer.

ARP 2600


The ARP 2600 is a semi-modular analog subtractive audio synthesizer, designed by Dennis Colin for Alan R Pearlman, and manufactured by his company, ARP Instruments, Inc. as the follow-on version of the ARP 25

This is the first version with moog filter.
It will come include warranty and complete revisited.

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Korg SQ10

A very good old-school sequencer from Korg. Designed for the MS series synthesizers and using Korg’s CV / Gate control the SQ-10 sequencer can really surprise you with some groovy basslines. Three channel output allows pitch, tone color and timing variation. Use the knobs to adjust and build up a sequence.

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MoogerFooger CP-251

A collection of classic modular synthesizer circuits designed by Bob Moog.
The CP-251provides a dual waveform LFO, Noise Generator, Sample-and-Hold circuit, as well as two attenuators, a lag processor, a CV mixer and a 4-way mult.

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Thomas Synti 1055

The Synti 1055 has been created as an improvement over the Satellite.

An analogic monosynth with a 3 1/2 octaves keyboard and 44 notes (FA-C).

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Yamaha CS15D

The 37-note keyboard offers 29 presets and no user memory. The analog synth was launched in 1979. The CS series is famous for its deep warm sound.

It will be delivered completely serviced and with warranty.
Contact us for any information.

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Arp 2600 + Keyboard

The ARP 2600 is a semi-modular subtractive synthesizer, designed by Alan R. Pearlman and built by his company, ARP Instruments. Unlike other modular systems of the time, which required modules to be bought separately and to be connected by the musician, the 2600 had a selection of basic modules already connected internally.
The one you see here is complete with Arturia’s Keyboard, rebuilted and guaranted 12 months.

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Arp Odissey MK I (White Version)

 Arp Odyssey Mark I (Model 2800) manufactured between 1972 and 1974 This version with the white livery used a 2-pole VCF filter (mod. 4023) and had a design similar to the old Oberheim SEM modules. Later models were built in black-gold livery, and many of them had installed the interface with CV/Gate/Trigger jack outputs.

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Korg MS20

Mint condition. This Korg MS20 synthetizers can be sold coupled with Korg SQ10 sequencer, both in excellent condition. Complete with original service manual and delivered with total rebuild, 12-months warranty

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Elektor Formant

Modular Synthesizer with Elektor Formant keyboard. A rarity in the panorama of “DIY” of the 70s A real gem.

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Roland JV 50

Roland JV 50 in aestetic mint condition.

Reduild and warranty 12 months

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Roland MKS7

The MKS-7 Super Quartet is a multitimbral synth module with dedicated sections. The Melody section: 2 voice polyphony, 100 presets; Chord section: 4 voice polyphony, 100 presets; Bass section: monophonic, 20 presets; Rhythm section: 11 PCM sounds. The sound and architecture of the Melody, Chord and Bass sections are the same as the Juno 106 synthesizer. The Rhythm section offers up a few basic electronic rock drum sounds borrowed from the TR-707.

The beauty of using this sound module is that all 4 sections are available at once. Drums, bass, leads and pads can all play independent parts and patches together making this a very nice all-in one vintage Roland tone module. Just like the Juno 106, the MKS-7 is also controllable via MIDI and System Exclusive messages for editing. Most Juno 106 editors will work for the MKS-7 too. An underrated machine.

Crumar LEM bit 01

The Bit-01 is a 6-voice programmable polyphonic analog synthesizer with digital control. It is essentially a rackmount version of the Bit-99 keyboard synthesizer. It has two analog oscillators per voice that are digitally stabilized and controlled. Also on-board are resonant filters, ADSR envelopes and two LFOs. Fairly easy hands-on editing and a layer/split function make this a very useable poly-synth! The MIDI implementation is basic but useable and there are 99 memory patches. The Bit-01 is well suited for studio use and in all forms of electronic music.

Roland SH3A + CV Gate

The SH-3A is a monophonic analog synthesizer that was manufactured by Roland from 1975 to 1981.[1] It is unique in that it is capable of both subtractive synthesis and additive synthesis. Two LFOs and a unique sample-and-hold section provided capabilities not found in competing self-contained synthesizers of the time. The SH-3A was Roland’s first non-preset based synth. It was unique for its time in that it offered mixable waveforms at different footages.

Hartmann Neuron

A beautiful “new vintage” synthesizer modern but with old school performance and sounds. Available in our laboratory. 

Metasonix PT2 Tubestation Rack

Very rare analog synth rack produced by Metasonix in only 13 pieces, this is numbered 10/13

Formanta Polivoks

Formanta Polivoks. Very rare Russian-made synthesizer complete with original lid. The Polivoks (in Russian Поливокс), also known as Polyvox, is a Soviet-made analog duophonic synthesizer, made in Kačkanar by Formanta, at the time a state-owned company producing radio and television equipment.

Korg ms 20 [OSI1]

Synthesizer Vintage Korg MS 20 in excellent aesthetic condition overhauled and guaranteed one year. Come and discover more Vintage Synthesizers in our Show Room.

Arp Odissey Mark III

Produced from 1976 to 1981 Ia Mark III contained the new ARP 4075 filter. In the rest of its parts it was virtually identical to the Mark II, except for the overall appearance and sound quality, which had undergone further improvement. The livery was modified to make it homogeneous with the classic ARP products, such as the well-known black-orange. The synthetic back was replaced with a steel case, like the rest of the panel, while the keyboard protruded visibly from the case: this choice, common to other ARP instruments of the same period, exposed the keys to easy bumps and breaks during transport.

 The Mark III also used a single tone bending control device, called PPC (Proportional Pitch Control), where three pressure-sensitive buttons were used to control bending and vibrato effects; the other Odyssey models used a simple knob for this purpose. At the same time a transformation kit was available to install the PPC also on models with rotary control. The Odyssey Mark III is considered the most popular of the Odyssey models. The ARP Mark III had a high-level XLR type output, replacing the 1/4 jack socket as in previous models. The outputs of all models were of the unbalanced type.

Yamaha CS15D

This is a partially preset, partially variable monophonic analogue synth which was released in 1979. It was part of a synthesizer range that included the CS-20m, the CS-40m, and the CS-70m. It has a very solid warm sound for a single VCO synth.

Logan String Melody

The Logan String Melody designed by Ing. Giuliano Costantini for Logan was a portable keyboard produced in two versions from 1973 to 1982. Manufactured in Italy, it was sold under both the Logan brand name and re-badged as both a Hohner and Vox product. The Vox version was called The String Thing but still featured the Logan brand name on the back of the case.

The keyboard consists of four octaves split into two nearly equal sized ranges. In each of these ranges a combination of three string sounds can be mixed using faders labelled CelloViola and Violin. Each string sound is pitched one octave apart. In addition to the separate sets of faders for the string sounds, each range has a sustain and release fader. The lower range also features a simple monophonic synthesiser that is controlled from using faders labelled Bass and Perc.

On the first version, there is a button labelled Orchestra that has hard wired settings and disables the faders for the string sounds. The second version, the String Melody IIintroduced in 1977, added more buttons for further hard wired settings

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Moog Micromoog

Micromoog is a model of monophonic synthesizer built by MOOG,  it is equipped with a single VCO and was produced from 1975 to 1979. It offers a range of sounds very close to that of the Minimoog while being much cheaper, it is equipped with various controls including a Ribbon Controller for pitch control. The outer casing is made of plastic with wooden sides and has 32 keys.

Vermona Perfourmer

Synth  analog desktop with deep and captivating sound. Equipped with wooden side panels for an elegant desktop version.

Crumar Multiman S2

In 1977, Crumar introduced the orchestrator (known as the Multiman-s in Europe), a completely polyphonic orchestral string machine. It has 5 basic sounds: Brass, Piano, Clavichord, Cello and Violin.

The keyboard is divided in half to consent playing a combination of instruments with the left hand and a different combination with the right.

Casio CZ3000

The CZ-3000 is very much like the CZ-5000, minus the on-board sequencer. Yet the CZ-3000 expands the Casio CZ series further into the professional arena. Based on the CZ-101 and CZ-1000 synths, the CZ-3000 adds many new features while retaining much the same sound and programming methods as the latter. The keyboard has been expanded to a full 61 note or 5-octave length and is capable of being split. As a side note, the CZ-5000 has an expanded waveform memory for even more sounds and thicker sounds. It’s like having two stacked CZ-1000 synths all in one!

Casio’s CZ series of phase-distortion digital synths make for a unique sound. After all, there are 8-stage envelopes and 2 oscillators per voice for a thicker tone. Their sound is similar to the Yamaha DX synths but is much easier to program. The CZ-3000 and CZ-5000 may be at the pinnacle of Casio’s synthesizer line, and it is still a great low-cost means of getting into vintage digital synth sounds today. The CZ-3000 is not analog and has no filters. But many still find it useful where strange synth sounds are needed such as industrial and electro types of music.

Novation Supernova 2

Synthesizer Novation Supernova 2 in excellent aesthetic condition and available in our laboratory.

There is an upgraded model, the SuperNova II which greatly increases the polyphony, sonic possibilities and offers many more new knobs and functions. It also comes in a keyboard version which combines elegance, beauty, hands on control and a great 61 note velocity and aftertouch sensitive keyboard.


Crumar DS2

An all-Italian analogue digital hybrid synthesizer. Really rare! Available in our laboratory.

The DS-2 is basically a monosynth with an added 44-voice polyphonic strings section. The DS-2 was one of the first synthesizers to use DCOs (digitally controlled osc.) making it stable in tune but maybe not as fat as VCO synthesizers.

Quasimidi Polymorph

Very interesting Rack Synthesizer used by J.M. Jarre, Prodigy and Orbital.

The Polymorph is basically four synths loaded with synth and drum sounds, geared towards electronica and other forms of synthesizer music. Individual ADSR’s and filters per oscillator make for a totally tweakable and flexible synthesizer.

Quasimidi Rave - o - lution 309

Very interesting groove box synth by Qausimidi. Available in our laboratory.

The Quasimidi Rave-O-Lution 309 is a stand-alone groovebox produced by Quasimidi in 1996.It features an onboard sequencer and has the ability to mute parts during playback making this unit ideal for live performances. The machine features two oscillators for sound generation, (pulse, pulse variable, saw down, saw up, square, and triangle.)

Yamaha SY 1

Yamaha’s first portable monophonic synthesizer. It  is mature on the outside but well functioning. A small piece of history, available in our laboratory.

The Solo Synthesizer SY-1 is one of the world’s
newest and most advanced musical instruments.
Its design provides a unique combination of
simplicity of operation with nearly limitless
versatility. At the flip of a lever, 26 realistic
instrumental tones plus two additional space age
tones (“Funny” and “Pulsar”l are immediately
available. Real-time performances are easilydupli-
cated and the confusion of re-registration between
musical selections is eliminated.

Korg M3R + REMOTE RE100

Workstation Korg Expander rack complete with editor remote RE100.

Kurtzweill K2500R

Kurtzweill K2500R Rack Synthesizer. To see and try together with many other available racks

Yamaha TX802 Rack

TX802 FM Tone Generator is basically a rack module version of the DX7mkII with full 8-part multi-part operation for sequencing and/or key mapping. It has 16 polyphony entries and six digital FM operators, the same as the DX7mkII. There are 128 presets and 64 user patches for your sounds, plus an external memory cartridge slot.

Waldorf MicroWave 2 rack

Waldorf Microwave 2 Rack

Yamaha EMP100

Yamaha EMP 100 multi-effect processor. Available in our laboratory.

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Korg X2

The X2 was introduced in 1993 and was considered a further expansion from the T and O synthesizer series. The X2 is a 76-button workstation with 8 MB rom samples with space for expansion via rom and ram cards. It is equipped with 200 programs, 200 combinations and a 10-track, 16-track multi-track MIDI sequencer. There are also 2 multi-effect processors to add effects. It also has an X / Y joystick and a backlit LCD screen. The instrument can be found in our laboratory to try. On consignment for one of our customers.

Yamaha Motif Rack ES

Yamaha Motif Rack ES available in our laboratory

Doepfer Dark Energy

Monophonic, small and powerful with USB and Midi input.

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Korg SDD 2000 Rack

Korg SDD 2000 Digital Delay Rack

E-MU Proteus 2500

E-MU Proteus 2500 rack-mount synthesizer, small and powerful.

Sequential Circuits Prophet 600


Prophet 600, introduced on the market by Sequential Circuits in 1983, in addition to being the direct successor of the most famous (and rated) Prophet 5, is also the first synth in history to have been mass-produced with the MIDI interface since the first version. Electronically speaking, compared with a Prophet 5 from revision 3 onwards the Prophet 600 has more similarities than differences with the latter. 

EMS Synthi E


This very rare Synthi E is a model developed for educational purposes. A gem for true collectors.

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Moog Sonic Six


Very rare and in excellent aesthetic conditions. The Moog Sonic Six is a duophonic analog synthesizer that was produced by Moog Music from 1972 to 1979. Because of its portable design and built-in speaker, the Sonic Six has been widely used for conferences and educational purposes, often by Moog Bob himself.

Synthesizer Clone Moog Modular


This modular Synth is a clone of Moog modular’s Syntesizer. Complete with keyboard. Really nice to see and hear. Come discover more Synth Vintage in our Show Room.

EMS Synthi MK2 + EMS DK2 Keyboard


The legendary and highly sought after SYNTHI MK2 complete with original Ems DK2 keyboard. Spectacular

Yamaha DX7


Yamaha DX7 that shows some signs of the time. 6 DCO oscillators for each of the 16 polyphonic voices (called operators) 1 general sinusoidal LFO 6 DCA envelope generators for voice speed sensitivity and aftertouch controlled by an additional 6305 microcontroller You can program speed sensitivity in a linear (like acoustic instruments) or logarithmic way for more sensitivity .Small display of 2 lines of 16 alphanumeric characters, 2 tone and effect wheels (pitch and modulation wheel). 

This Yamaha DX7 has 32 memory sounds for preprogrammed sounds, in addition there are  those on cartridge containing an EPROM 27(c)256 programmed by the instrument itself, MIDI port without the OMNI function still not adopted at the time and with speed response with the maximum level at 99 despite the MIDI limit is 127, I 2 integrated synthesis. In the series of December 1985 there  are: YM2128 and YM2129, the main microcontroller is the 6303 and on the mains power supply plate there are no protections against voltage variations which is at 220V. Available in our laboratory.

Sequential Circuits Prophet One


Sequential Pro One is a monophonic synth. It comes from the same period and genre as the Roland SH-101 and Moog Prodigy. The Pro One was basically Sequential’s attempt to bring their legendary Prophet 5 poly-synth and insert it into a compact and inexpensive analog monophonic synth!

Korg PS 3100


A legendary instrument in perfect  condition. Very rare and with a unique and inimitable sound. Come and see it in our laboratory.

Moog Multimoog


The Multimoog was a monophonic analog Moog synthesizer produced from 1978 to 1981. It was a device with two VCO oscillators and waveform control. Derived from the previous Micromoog, it took the main board to which was added a second board. The goal was to provide a less expensive alternative to the Minimoog. Despite the lower price the Multimoog had more advanced features in some aspects than the Minimoog. 

These included the “Aftertouch” function that allowed you to activate a particular effect, e.g. vibrato, by holding down the key and greatly improving the expression possibilities of the instrument. The keyboard was monophonic, equipped with 44 keys with “Aftertouch”.



Oxford Synthesiser Company OSCar. A really interesting object, in perfect condition. One of only 2000 pieces built. Beautiful and very sought after.

Moog Polymoog


Moog Polymoog complete with pedals. Available in our laboratory.

PPG Wave 2.3


Unobtainable, in excellent condition. If you are looking at it you know what we are talking about. Come and see it in our laboratory.

Korg Dual Foot controller PS 3040


Double pedal KORG PS 3040, really rare and in perfect condition.

Moog Prodigy


Quickly disappeared from the market, to reappear in a period of vintage fury absolutely not suspicious, the little Moog Prodigy is now an interesting investment for those who, unable to afford the most famous models, still want to have a real analog monophonic under their fingers, with the knowledge of playing a real “piece of history”.

Roland SH5


One of the best compact monophonic built by Roland. It has everything you could want from an Analog Monophonic Synth.

Sequential Circuits Prophet One


Sequential Pro One is a monophonic synth. It comes from the same period and genre as the Roland SH-101 and Moog Prodigy. The Pro One was basically Sequential’s attempt to bring their legendary Prophet 5 poly-synth and insert it into a compact and inexpensive analog monophonic synth!

Oberheim Matrix 1000


Matrix 1000 provides the beauty of a thousand presets – easily recalled through the numeric keypad implemented in the panel.

Oberheim Xpander


Six polyphony voices, each with two independent oscillators, with level adjustments, hard sync, linear and exponential fm; filter with fifteen different selectable modes, double amplifier in serial connection (for articulation and dynamics management); five DADSR envelopes, five LFOs, one Lag Generator, four Ramp Generator, three Tracking Generator. Patch settings can be stored in 100 timbre locations and each of the six voices can refer to an independent patch, to manage 100 freely programmable Multipatch. And much more. 

Korg VC-10 Vocoder


In excellent aesthetic and functional condition.

EMS Synthi A


Another legendary Synth at your disposal in our collection of vintage synthesizers for sale.

Korg MS 50


Korg MS-50: modular design and the height of the MS series synthesizers. This expander module without keyboard is highly versatile and, of course, compatible with other synthesizers such as MS-20. The MS-50 is still a great analog and monophonic single VCO monster but offers more versatility and power than any other MS synth. Other features include a ring modulator, voltmeter and sample & hold. It is also designed to integrate the SQ-10 sequencer. It has also been used by the Chemical Brothers.

Doepfer System A100


Modular Doepfer System A100 to Rack. A Spectacular modular Doepfer 

Korg Sigma


Korg Sigma analog synthesizer from 1979 totally overhauled and guaranteed one year in superb aesthetic condition.

Alesis Andromeda A6


16-voice, 16-channel multi-tone analog synthesizer. Gorgeous. Come discover more Vintage Synthesizers in our Show Room.

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