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This is your opprotunity to own one of the rarest vintage synthesizers ever made! Don't blow it!

This is a Concert Spectrum sold by ST. Louis Music. 

These were only made and sold in 1975 and 1976.

These were intended for professional use and were used heavily by the likes of ELO and Journey in the studio and on stage in the mid to late 1970s. 

Incredible vintage sounds and effects from this ahead of it's time keyboard.

Variety of voices and rally cool stereo and panning effects built in. You can conbine any of the voicings and it will let you pan certain voicings to different amps and cabs, you can even mix these voicings during playing. Incredibly innovative for the time.

The last couple of these keyboards sold for over $1000 on Reverb in comparable condition.

Some things to consider with this specific keyboard:

The top-side pannning sliders and buttons are a bit scratchy and could use some cleaning.

It is missing two volume slider knobs on the front of the keyboard. One of the sliders (the volume for the bass portion of the violin voice) has been broken off although the slider still works well and moves freely with your fingers, an easy fix for sure.

Five keys do not work with the "piano" and "harpsichord" voicings. These same keys work well with the other instrument voices. I think that most musicians will not be concered with this due to the fact that these are the two least desirable voices on this model. You really want this synth for it's wonderful vintage sounding "violin" and "cello" voices. 
The "decay" on one key is fairly short and doesn't respond to the adjustment setting. Almost impossible to discern when playing chords and solos.

This keyboard came with two metal "legs" that were used for a stand. These legs were missing when I acquired it. This keyboard is better suited for a multi tierd stand...It would look awesome with a vintage Moog sitting under it!

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or shoot me an offer! I am clearing out my studio so most of my gear must go!

Like all of my vintage gear, this is sold "as described". I will pack it well, double box and ship in a Reverb heavy duty shipping box.

Continental US shipping only 

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Listed4 years ago
ConditionFair (Used)
Fair condition gear should function but will show noticeable cosmetic damage or other issues.learn more
Brand
Model
  • Concert Spectrum
Categories
Year
  • 1975/1976
Made In
  • Italy

Wharf Rat Guitars

Waterford, PA, United States
Sales:133
Joined Reverb:2016

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