Korg PolySix Analog Polyphonic Synth - Serviced, Tuned with Midi

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Fat Sound NC Store
Huntersville, NC, United States
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2017

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Amazing condition. No yellow keys or controls, no battery damage. No scratchy pots. Fully in tune. Sounds fantastic.
There is very few of such condition units left. The most of other units have either battery leak damage or ultraviolet's caused yellowing. The only minor thing is a small chip on one of the wooden sides. I made a picture.

I bought it fully serviced some time ago and the unit has been in a temperature controlled storage since then. It has tauntek midi installed, which is a basic midi (see below) but less invasive.

No international shipment, returns only if it gets broken during transportation (what happens once in while because of Ace Ventura drivers).  Shipping cost includes Reverb's full insurance.
Tauntek Midi info:
MIDI channel can be set by holding one key down while powering up the Poly6. Low C selects channel 1, C# channel 2, etc. The 17th key selects OMNI mode. Arpeggiator clocking can be set the same way, using keys starting at middle C. Middle C selects local arp clocking (not MIDI, also the default setting). C# selects quarter note clocking, D selects eighth note, D# selects sixteenth note, and E selects thirty-second note arp clocking. The top six keys can be used to set the MIDI note number that maps to the bottom key. Holding the top key at power-up sets the note number to press the bottom key to 60. The next key down selects 48. The next key selects 36, etc. 36 would probably be the "normal" setting. The MIDI channel, MIDI note range, and arp clocking settings are retained until set to different values using the same method.

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