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Roland S-750 Sampler

Roland S-750 Sampler
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Roland S-750 Sampler
Reference : 111520
The Roland S-750 is a professional Sampler manufactured in Japan in 1991. The Roland S-750 is reputed to "embellish" everything that is sampled with. The internal memory is 2Mbytes (22 seconds of sampling with a 16-Bit 44.1KHz resolution), it can be extended up to 18Mbytes. SCSI connection to save your samples on external hard disk, 8 separate outputs, MIDI IN OUT THRU, Polyphony 24 Voices, LFO, Filter, some effects, many sample editing possibilities.... All sounds editing can to be done with the large integrated LCD screen and the control mouse. But there is also a Video (RGB) output for connecting a video monitor. The digital converters used are of great qualities offering a warm and powerful sound. At this time the Roland S-750 was the TOP of what Roland proposed in terms of sampling. In 1990 it cost a little less than 30,000 francs (what would reperesent 6800€ / 7000$ of purchasing power in 2017). For those who hesitate with a Akai Sampler of the same era (Akai 1000 and Akai 1100), you must see the Akai sampler as digital recorders and the Roland S-750/770 as music creation tools, there are many electronic effects that can only be realized with a Roland S-750. So we advise the most creative of you to move towards a Roland S-750.

The Roland S-750 for sale here is in good cosmetic order (check pictures they are from the actual S-750 for sale). This Roland S-750 has been fully internally checked and tested, it is in perfect working order. It comes with the 18Mbytes RAM upgrade, it also include the last Operating System provided by Roland, the Roland Control Mouse, power cable. Sold with a 1 month warranty included.

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France: 33 Euros
Europe(EU): 62 Euros
USA/Canada: 165 Euros
Australia and other country: 165 Euros
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