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Fascinating and wild Soviet-Era analog poly / organ.  (see video!)

As you can see, it’s in very good->excellent cosmetic condition. Sliders all slide fairly smoothly. Good colors.  Straight keys.  A proper power cable was professionally installed, as the one it came with didn’t fit snugly. It still uses 220V though, so a converter is required.  I use an STU-200 ($25).  I'd offer to include it, but the increase in shipping wouldn't be sensible.

Now, much as I love it, I can’t say for certain that this instrument is functioning 100% optimally. After all, I don't speak Russian, and I've never encountered another! :)  Perhaps it could use a tune-up?  To be safe, I'm listing its condition as GOOD, though again, it could be very good (likewise, I suppose it could be FAIR!).

I’ve always found the unit perpetually intriguing. One minute it’s a 60s compact organ (w. a filter!), the next a 70s string machine, then a growling 80s analog synth bass, and then blammo: a rocket ship. I mean, c’mon.

If your path in life leads you to encounter a Solaris Estradin 314, maybe bring it home?

Will be packed with utmost care.  Good luck!

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Listed6 years ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
  • Solaris 314
  • 1988?
Made In
  • Russia

Paul's Boutique

Charlottesville, VA, United States
Joined Reverb:2016

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