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Solton Programmer 24s with Sustain Pedal and Accompaniment PedalBoard

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The Solton Programmer 24s is an Italian analog synth from 1985. It's basically 80s in a box. It's got drums, bass, synth, arps, strings, organ sounds as well as a 64 programmable patterns with accompaniment if you so chose. This italo-disco synth is enough by itself to do an entire set.

All rhythm and bass have separate 1/4 outs as well as a main L/R and Midi I/O/T

It's a rare synth,. I bought it from the original owner and it's been in my dust free studio. It's in excellent condition. It's been studio kept it's whole life I assume.

There's no english manual that I've found but it's not hard to figure out.

It does come with a sustain pedal and a full accompaniment pedalboard for performances. I've never used them so I can't comment much on them aside from they look as good of condition as the synth.

Everything works as it should. Keys feel great. All knobs, sliders and buttons feel perfect.

It's solid metal and built like a tank.

***This is a vintage synth and as such it's condition/internals are vintage. I guarantee that this synth works as described and will provide a video to the seller prior to shipping to show functionality and condition. No returns accepted aside from shipping damage.

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