Korg Poly-800 Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer

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Korg Poly 800
  For your consideration is this very clean Korg Poly800 analog synth. Completely gone over and given a clean bill of health. All switches, jacks, and pots work exactly as they should. Cosmetically the keyboard is in excellent condition with no cracks or chips and only minimal signs of careful use. We will ship with the case, an AC adapter and a PDF copy of the owners manual on disc.

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The Poly-800 is an eight-voice instrument with 64 memory patches and up to 50 editable parameters! The Poly-800 has one DCO per voice, Iyt does  feature a  double mode in which the oscillators can be stacked up for a fuller sound with only four voices of polyphony. The analog filter is a 24dB/oct low-pass which is shared by all voices. There's also a stereo chorus effect, chord memory, a simple built-in sequencer, three digital envelope generators (for the oscillators, the noise generator and the filter), and a funky joystick used to adjust the pitch, modulation and the filter.

  The Poly-800 was built for the performer. With a light-weight plastic case (only 10 lb.), a couple low-profile sliders/knobs and only 49 keys, the Poly-800 can run on batteries and has guitar strap pegs so it can be worn like a keytar. 

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