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Vintage 1970s Univox Jazzman by Crumar Keyboard

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Listed:7 months ago
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Silo Recording
BROOKHAVEN, NY, United States
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Hello from Silo Central!

This time around we have this cool vintage Univox Jazzman keyboard/synth/piano thingy. Made in Italy by Crumar way back in the 1970s sometime. We plugged it in and powered it up recently and went through it and everything appears to be working. It has some funky and cool vintage sounds in it. There are no broken keys or faders, although two keys (the highest E flat and the second highest C) have weaker output than the other keys depending on what sounds you’re using. The faders work with very little unwanted noise and a few keys do show some slight crazing but like I said earlier none are broken. Check the photos. The outside is in good shape with obvious signs of use but with no heavy damage. There is no floor stand, sheet music stand or foot pedals. We can probably ship this in a guitar box, but pickup would obviously be better.

While we’ve done our best to represent this item as accurately as possible in both the written description and with photographs there is always the possibility as with all used and/or vintage items that something that was working perfectly one day isn’t working the next or was overlooked or some changes may occur during shipping. Thank you.

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