Up for sale here is: the Casio CZ-1 synthesizer.  Plays great and sounds great.  It has a new battery inside, and I will include a power cord.  I am considering reasonable offers.  Please see photos carefully.  Here are some minor issues:

  • There is typical cosmetic damage, like small scuffs, dings and/or scratches, but it's very clean for its age.  There is a cap missing for the volume slider.  The LCD contrast is somewhat weak but still readable (common on the CZ-1, it might have always been this way).
  • The C4 key plays and "feels" normal, but sits slightly lower than the rest.  I know there is some small type of damage to the key because It can be "flicked" upwards more than others.  (It is simple for a technician to replace a key, if it bothers you cosmetically.)
  • I have not tested the Cartridge function because I don't have one.  
  • FYI the Chorus function is somewhat hissy, and this is a common feature of 80's synths using analog chorus chips (Juno 106, etc.).
I am only shipping this within the continental US, signature required.  I'm selling this "As-is."  Please do your research online (Youtube, etc.) and make sure this is an item you really want before purchasing or making an offer.

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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
  • CZ-1 61-Key Synthesizer
  • Black
  • 1986
Made In
  • Japan
Number of Keys
  • 61 Keys

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