FS: VGC Yamaha CS-30M and Roland System 100 - 102 Expander

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FS: VGC Yamaha CS-30M and Roland System 100 - 102 Expander

Postby innerclock » Wed Sep 10, 2008 9:27 pm

Moving House and sliming down a tad - yes the kids need more room! Plus I'm moving more towards modular configuration to save space too. So - as much as I love these babies - I wanted to offer them locally before I but them on Evil Bay. Both units are damn close to mint and sonically mind blowing. Check the web if you need to check specs/history/reviews. Thirteen has transparently modified the CS-30M so that a trigger/clock fed into the External Input Jack drives the internal 8 Step Sequencer. Factory design only allowed the Sequencer to run off it's own internal VCO Clock. Nice but useless for syncing up to anything. Make me a fair and reasonable offer if any of you are interested. Best as always - David
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Postby Thirteen » Wed Sep 10, 2008 9:31 pm

That CS-30 is nice machine... The Yamaha filter sound is so different to the Roland/Korg/Sequential filters that you hear everywhere, really smooth.
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Postby rachelp » Thu Sep 11, 2008 8:33 pm

I would so love a CS-30M, but I do not think I could afford it right now, unless I gave up something else....


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Postby innerclock » Fri Sep 12, 2008 7:26 am

$1500 for the CS and $1000 for the 102 Expander if anyone wants the business...:)
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Postby beatmad » Fri Sep 12, 2008 8:09 pm

innerclock wrote:$1500 for the CS and $1000 for the 102 Expander if anyone wants the business...:)


Please don't sell that Yamaha it's beautiful :( Are you sure you won't regret it? The Roland is beautiful too but you could borrow my one if you need that sound.
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Postby rachelp » Sat Sep 13, 2008 12:04 am

I think he will regret it too. I would love to own it as the CS-30 is very powerful instrument
but I cannot afford it right now. In about 3 months I could, but I actually think
it would be a shame to sell it. I also reckon it would sell for more than $1500 on ebay, too.
The offer on here is very generous....


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Postby innerclock » Sat Sep 13, 2008 9:54 am

Thanks for the concern people - it's appreciated for sure - truth is - expensive/important house/studio move and some extra funds needed to push Innerclock along a little on the development stakes - it's a matter of priority and available resources - reality. There are some items I would never part with but CS-30s and Roland System 100 are out there to find if you really want them anytime. Best to all as always - David
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Postby beatmad » Sat Sep 13, 2008 11:17 am

innerclock wrote:Thanks for the concern people - it's appreciated for sure - truth is - expensive/important house/studio move and some extra funds needed to push Innerclock along a little on the development stakes - it's a matter of priority and available resources - reality. There are some items I would never part with but CS-30s and Roland System 100 are out there to find if you really want them anytime. Best to all as always - David


Selling the Yamaha is not the solution. You need some sort of angel investors. I can't afford the Yamaha but I'd be happy to contribute toward getting Innerclock systems moving and it's not like you're talking about huge investment. Why don't you look into that?
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Postby innerclock » Wed Sep 17, 2008 7:24 am

Still got this mint condition Roland System 102 Expander Module that I'd love not to have to carry to my new house....:) Anyone got a home for it.....

Best - David - 0401-216-941
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Postby Hybrid88 » Sat May 02, 2009 1:38 am

innerclock wrote:Still got this mint condition Roland System 102 Expander Module that I'd love not to have to carry to my new house....:) Anyone got a home for it.....

Best - David - 0401-216-941

Hey, I know it's been a while since you posted this but I have a 101 Synth and would love to add the expander. Please let me know if you've still got it for sale as I'd be very interested.

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