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The Pharmasonic 101 really exists and it sounds great. It's a clone of Roland System 100 Model 101, based on the same circuitry, same ICs, and same transistors as the original.

I bought it fully assembled from Pharmasonic this year (2023) and it's only been tested and used for a couple of recordings. Since Pharmasonic seems to be making it again along with the 102 for the Japanese market, I'm selling this hoping I can get another one soon.

8 eurorack modules that are the equivalent of the Roland System 100 Model 101, plus an useful Inverter / Multiple, all in 64 HP. The modules are:
- VCO
- VCF
- VCA
- LFO
- ADSR
- Mixer
- Noise
- Glide / Portamento
- Inverter / Multiple

* Will be dispatched via EMS, insured and with tracking number. Please note that the case is not included.

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Listed8 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
Brand
Model
  • 101 Eurorack
Finish
  • Clone Of Roland System 100 Model 101
Categories
Year
  • 2023
Made In
  • Japan

Tokyo-Noise

Shibuya-Ku, Japan
Sales:11
Joined Reverb:2018

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