Released in 1979 the SH-2 is one of Roland's early monophonic analogue synthesizers. It sounds much like the SH-101 synth, including the typical SH-style sub-oscillator. But the SH-2 employed 2 oscillators for a much fatter sound. Features ADSR envelope, with envelope follower on the external audio input, 37-note keyboard, auto bend, PWM, and portamento. Made in Japan. Some keys misshapen. 110 Volt. Includes step-down transformer.

Found Sound Australia Pty Ltd.
110 Albert St
Brunswick East, VIC 3057
Australia

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