FS: Spring Reverb, 802 console, tube comp, korg synth, etc..

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FS: Spring Reverb, 802 console, tube comp, korg synth, etc..

Post by gasface villian » Sun May 01, 2011 4:50 pm

Hello all,

I have the following for sale, pictures can be located at the provided address under the folder named May2011

All items have been stored in a air conditioned storage unit for the past 3 years. In the past months I have powered up all and given a run through so there will be no surprises. All items function perfectly.

www.flickr.com/gasfacev

Tangent 802:

Right from the old school. 8 channels, 2 bus, 1 master, 2 sends, built in spring reverb. Originally, I used this little console as a keyboard mixer and for the onboard spring. The spring is great, very dark. 1/4" and xlr inputs, headphone, monitor, etc... wood sides, cushioned arm rest and HEAVY.
SOLD ____________________________________________________________________

Korg MicroKorg:

Excellent mini synth. Mic, manual, powercord all included. Mint, zero issues.
$300
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Sound Workshop 1280b (Super EQ)

Exactly the same as the 1280 I recently listed and sold on ebay, except this one has been recapped and is in perfect working order. Zero issues.
My other 1280b with issues recently sold for $1250. I am asking $1350 for this one.
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Yamaha E1005 Analog Delay:

Pure vintage! Of all my tools, I think I will miss this most. I am quite sad to see it go. Zero issues, except for mildly scratchy knobs on the front. The knobs simply need exercise as they have not been used in years.

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Digitech VCS-1 Tube comp

Class A tube comp. Do a little research if the branding puts you off. I found it to be a useful compressor. Both channels function fine, tubes are fine, knobs all there. The vu meter on the right side is a bit wonky. It works when it feels up to it. Regardless, both channels work as they should.

$300
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Alesis Wedge: (x2)

Interesting, easily manipulatable, hands on dual channel reverb units. Of higher quality than all the other micro/mini verb units from Alesis in my opinion.

I only ever used these to add reverb/delay on everyone's headphones.
SOLD
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Furman RV-1 Spring Reverb:

Functions just fine, no issues. One of the 1/4" inputs is loose, doesn't not affect quality. I just give it a twist to tighten it up and no worries again, especially if you are using a patch bay.

SOLD___________________________________________________________________


That's it. I am up for reasonable offers yet also know right about how much each item is worth so please be fair in your offers. Buyer to pay s&h.


I've decided to go simple and mobile.

Laptop, UAD, 8 channel lunchbox.
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Post by gasface villian » Tue May 03, 2011 6:26 pm

:?:

Offers, anyone.

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Post by gasface villian » Thu May 05, 2011 10:55 am

prices dropped. Still open to offers.

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Post by weswienman » Thu May 05, 2011 3:40 pm

Dude- those yamaha delays are awesome. I have two e1010s that go on everything I record. I'm selling them soon, however, because like you I'm reducing my footprint.

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Post by gasface villian » Thu May 05, 2011 7:08 pm

I agree. I think I will keep it if nobody makes an offer.

How much are you selling your E1010 for, I've been looking for one for five years. Not that I'm in the market for purchasing now...

You may want to keep them, they are quite valuable these days.

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Post by gasface villian » Thu May 05, 2011 8:54 pm

Most items on ebay now...

The prices listed on this forum in this post are still open to all interested. Just let me know prior to bidding so I can cancel the auctions...

Look under "See other items" to view all listed items.

http://cgi.ebay.com/Furman-RV-1-Vintage ... 3a65c70f16

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Post by valverec » Thu May 05, 2011 9:45 pm

I PM'd you with an offer.
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Post by weswienman » Fri May 06, 2011 12:42 pm

I don't know how much I'll be selling them for, but the current values are an enticement to sell. I'm thinking about going with a Strymon Bluesky, Boss RE20, Demeter RV-1, and Boss RDD20 (vintage rack digital delay) as my outboard setup. These are all thing that I'll have to buy. I've had mine for about 13 years and they've been great but I want to branch out a bit.

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Post by gasface villian » Tue May 10, 2011 1:36 pm

Yamaha delays will probably always command a healthy price. The build quality is incredible! I've decided to keep mine a couple more years.
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Post by gasface villian » Thu May 12, 2011 7:00 pm

Less than an hour left on all auctions. All items priced reasonably

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Post by gasface villian » Mon May 16, 2011 1:14 pm

BUMP

Soundworkshop 1280b with Super EQ on offer.

SoundWorkshop 1600 series 8 channel lunchbox/mixer with 12 band eq, transformer in/out, fully discrete.
Soundtracs: 16-4-2-S: 16 channel, 4 bus, 2 master. Built into a flight case.($150) Not mint, needs cleaning, some work.

Tapco 4400 Spring Reverb $225 (Sold)

Akai mpc 60 II: SCSI, max memory, blown fuse, will not power up. Can easily be fixed by Bruce at Forat. Has sat unused for five years. $300 SALE PENDING

pictures at:

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Post by gasface villian » Fri May 20, 2011 4:17 pm

bump

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Post by gasface villian » Tue Jun 14, 2011 8:05 pm

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