Perfect condition, never altered, dead stock Prophet 5 Rev 3.3. This is a stock 3.3, not a 3.2 or 3.1 that was updated later on so it has had 120 programs since the beginning. High collector value. I've had it maintained over the years, and I've only had to change the rubber grommets every three or so years. The presets were never even changed over so they are the original 120 patches.

Comes with original Sequential Circuits bound manual, Sequential Circuits expression pedal (not 100% sure this things works) and Original teal hard cover case which had the internal foam completely rebuilt a few years ago. 

You won't find a cleaner, more reliable Prophet 5 Rev 3.3 out there. This is a better investment than Crypto, NFT! 😂

Shipping price will likely take a while. I anticipate difficulty in finding boxes for such a massive piece of gear (esp including the original wooden / metal case.). This synth itself is seriously heavy, and well built out of pure walnut. The case too is extremely thick and overbuilt so it won't be cheap or easy to receive this package.  

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Listed7 years ago
ConditionMint (Used)
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  • Prophet 5 Rev3 61-Key 5-Voice Polyphonic Synthesizer
  • Black & Walnut
  • 1982
Made In
  • United States
Number of Keys
  • 61 Keys
Keyboard Action
  • Semi-Weighted
Analog / Digital
  • Analog
  • 5-voice
Key Size
  • Full Size

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Prime Vintage Instruments

Torrance, CA, United States
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