Roland D-5 Vintage '80s Linear Synthesizer

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Marketed in 1987, the Roland D-5 Linear Synthesizer is without doubt one of the most influential keyboards ever made. This revolutionary tool has helped to define the sound of the late 1980s with its instantly recognizable mix of sampled attacks and synthesized waveforms for the resonance phase, together with Chorus, reverb and internal EQ. It is the basis of classic tracks in a variety of genres, including Synth Pop, New Wave, New Jack, and R & B, and you can feel it in infinite cinematic soundtracks of the time.

Gmusic Note:
  • USED (Vintage '80s)
  • Good condition (a light pen marker on the front)
  • Gmusic Code: R00-Y1AP70G
  • Universal power supply supplied
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Listed4 days ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
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