Yamaha CE-20 Combo Ensemble (similar to GS-1/2 technology)

Original Price$640
New Price$385
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Bozeman, MT, United States
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CE20 combo ensemble looks very GS inside as they condensed the technologies into this preset machine with a few sliders to control the aftertouch response that interacts as pseudo velocity also... and combine a wheel that controls glide rate and you have a unique representation of early yamaha digital!  Exp. and sustain pedal, line out and headphone jacks on side.

The after touch sensor is completely unattainable on this unit and is fragile so probably many broke like this one's.  This one took some scrapes but looks fine in studio lighting and I repaired the after touch using less vulnerable conductive film materials.  The response probably isn't like original on the after touch but at least the basic functions work again all the way around.  Part of the gear we got from Tucson's Chicago music cache years ago.  

I'll pack carefully and if you have any problems just call or email and we'll figure out the best route to getting the unit working properly or refund if not possible.  Document any box damage of course if claim needs filing.  International buyers contact to figure ship estimate or estimate based on a roughly 20lb weight

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