Roland TB-303 Bass Line Synthesizer
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Made between 1982 and 1984, the Roland TB-303 is an analog bass synthesizer capable of producing sequenced bass lines. Originally intended to accompany studio musicians in place of a bassist, it soon found a different use providing the squelching bass lines of acid house music, particularly due to its transistor-based resonant low-pass filter. With a DIN Sync24 input, CV/Gate functionality, and a unique step sequencer with slide, swing, and accent functions, the Roland TB-303 creates an unforgettable and unique bass sound.

Product Specs

  • TB-303
  • Silver
  • 1981 - 1984
Made In
  • Japan

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    Perfect condition - sounds like acid to me 🙃

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  • Lives up to the hype

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    I've played just about every clone on the market. Xoxbox, Avalon, tt-303 and it's just not even comparable. Especally when you start to add efx the clones take the sound in all sorts of directions but the real deal just sounds right.

  • The dream Bass Synth

    You looking for that fat bass sound of the early 90's acid house scene? this is it. This is what turned house music upside down. If you lived in Chicago in 1987, or Manchester, UK in 1990, this sound was probably looping in your dreams. let's name em...Phuture- "Acid Trax", Jesse Saunders- "On and O…