I've owned this Yamaha digital synth since the early '90s and used it mostly in my home studio. I tested it; it still works. Includes the original manual and a cartridge (with all original patches created over the years of performing and composing). It has a few scratches and marks, but no dents or bangs.

If you're considering buying this, you already know what it is. It's a vintage digital synth, a rack version of the Yamaha DXmkII keyboard synth, the sequel to the famous DX7 (which I also had at one time). 

Here's more info and specs: 

This Sound on Sound article makes the case that the TX802 was the pinnacle of the vintage digital synths, with the best sound and most flexibility.  

"The TX802 may not be as famous or as 'instant' in its appeal as the venerable DX7, but for those in the know, it is a far better instrument and runs rings around its older cousin. Having used a clutch of TX7s as my FM sound sources for more years than I care to recall, the TX802 somehow managed to slip past me until just recently, and how I wish I had made the discovery earlier! If you hanker after FM sounds, there is no finer machine in which to find them than the TX802. For those who already own one — why have you been keeping quiet about it all these years? Ah, I get it... "  [Sound on Sound, Paul Ward]

Listed3 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • TX802 FM Tone Generator
  • Black
  • 1986
Made In
  • Japan

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