Vintage Synthesizers

The past 10 years have seen an incredible resurgence in the vintage synth market. After the rise of digital synthesis and sampling overtook the first wave of analog gear, many of even the most prized instruments of the 70s and 80s were overlooked and undervalued. A growing recognition of the truly inimitable sound of these instruments has propelled vintage models like the Sequential Circuits Prophet V, Roland Jupiter 8 and Moog Minimoog Model D back into the spotlight though, with their prices soaring accordingly. This collection of vintage synthesizers from American builders like ARP, Oberheim and Dave Smith's Sequential Circuits, and Japanese companies like Roland, Yamaha and Korg, represents a unique legacy in 20th century music that combines technical innovation, aesthetic appeal and musical power.

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