About This Listing

I purchased this Jupiter in 2002 from a private collector for my home studio. Its been well taken care of and hasnt left it’s studio location since then. Am offloading this because it doesn’t get nearly enough the attention and use that it deserves and its time to pass it on.

This particular Jupiter is in near excellent cosmetic and functional condition. I recently brought it to Patchwork Electronics in Brooklyn to be reviewed, serviced, and calibrated. It came back with signoff and is in full working condition (happy to provide service documentation).

This piece does not have a MIDI upgrade however it is fitted with J.L. Cooper Electronics Patch 120 which provides three banks of memory expansion. An Anvil flight case is also included.

The only cosmetic flaws are a few scratches to the side which I tried to capture in photos - it’s nothing that detracts from the synth - it’s functionally and cosmetically in excellent condition.

I would prefer to sell it locally in New England.  However we could potentially arrange for personal delivery within the East Coast. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions - I’m also happy to provide functional videos - am looking to find a proper studio/home for this piece and pass on the many hours of music making I’ve done with it to someone else . Thanks for looking!

Listed10 months ago
Condition
Brand
Model
  • Jupiter-8 61-Key Synthesizer
Finish
  • Black
Categories
Year
  • 1981 - 1985
Made In
  • Japan
Number of Keys
  • 61 Keys
Keyboard Action
  • Synth Action
Analog / Digital
  • Analog
Polyphony
  • 8 Voices
Key Size
  • Full Size

About the Seller

HoursofChamber

Exeter, NH, United States
Joined Reverb:2023
Items Sold:1
Product Overview
One of the greatest analog synths of all time, the Jupiter 8 features eight voices of polyphony with two oscillators per voice, which combined with Roland's classic chorus effects makes for some amazingly wide, thick sounds. Features a fat resonant low-pass filter, along with an optional high-pass filter and an array of envelope and LFO modulation options. 

Years of Production: 1981 - 1984
Number of Keys: 61 
Polyphony: 8 voices
I/O: Audio, CV
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