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  1. Today I found an old "Yamaha DX9 Synthesizer" at a local pawnshop for $120... This will be my fifth retro synthesizer I have along with the "Casio CZ 5000", the "Roland JX-8P, and three other rack modules. Along with an "Atari ST 520" just in case I need a retro computer to control these instruments, slowly but progressively building up for an in-house studio.

     

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    2. philipj

      philipj

      I have a TX81z rack module I found at a thrift-store a couple of years back... I'm working on getting my hands on another kind of DX synth with more capabilities on it. The DX9 was a cheap and easy buy so I grabbed it.

    3. DragonGrafx-16

      DragonGrafx-16

      TX81z is a real keeper if I only ever really use it for the Lately Bass preset lol

    4. DragonGrafx-16

      DragonGrafx-16

      Also nice JX-8P and CZ-4000...

       

      I have a JX-3P and while it is like a poor man's Jupiter-8 (uses the same filter) the JX-8P would be more useful in a MIDI setup. My Alpha Juno-1 gets more use because of this. 

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