MATRIXSYNTH: Lance Hill of the Vintage Synthesizer Museum

Monday, March 30, 2020

Lance Hill of the Vintage Synthesizer Museum


Published on Mar 30, 2020 Vintage Synthesizer Museum

Rare clear Gleeman Pentaphonic in the background. Steiner Parker Synthacon top right.

"An amazing interview with the curator of the Vintage Synthesizer Museum, Lance Hill.
A film by Shayne Keator.
To book an appointment at the Vintage Synthesizer Museum contact:
510-859-3558
or
vintagesynthesizermuseum@gmail.com

Website:
https://vintagesynthmuseum.squarespac..."

Update: I asked Lance if he knew how many clear Gleeman Pentaphonics were produced. Here's what he had to say: "Not sure how many Gleeman Pentaphonic Clear's there are. Rumored to be around 25. Funny enough, the guy I bought this one from lived in San Jose, which is just a few miles from where the Gleeman brothers were producing their synths. He told me that the one we have was originally a black one, but when they came out with the clear one, he had them retrofit it into a clear one, so he could wear it as a keytar and walk around with it on stage."

1 comment:

  1. Ironic pretense rolls right around and become pretensious irony.

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