Korg Poly 61 Synthesizer with Flight Case

Original Price$953.65
New Price$823.06
$130.59 price drop
+ $329.22 Shipping
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Listed:5 months ago
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Retrosonic Pro Audio
Tallinn, Estonia
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Released in 1982, Korg Poly 61 is considered one of the classic synths that defined the sound of the 80's.

The successor to the Polysix model, Poly 61 has 2 digitally controlled oscillators, a filer with 7 resonance positions an eq section and an easy to use arpeggiator.

The added joystick can be assign to both VCO and VCF for really cool real time modulation manipulation.

This vintage synth has been serviced: battery has been replaced; factory patches reloaded; connectors cleaned.

Excellent working condition, very good visual condition.

PSU is set to work on 220V, fixed EU power cord.

Flight case included.

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