MATRIXSYNTH: E.E.W. Vintage Analog 10-Band Vocoder Synth EEW Eizuka Engineering Workshop JAPAN

Wednesday, July 07, 2021

E.E.W. Vintage Analog 10-Band Vocoder Synth EEW Eizuka Engineering Workshop JAPAN

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Also see the Model 101 vocoder here.

"Up for sale is a super rare 10-band vintage analog vocoder built by E.EW. (Eizuka Engineering Workshop) possibly in the 80s in Japan.

Seems like this has the same functions as the E.E.W. Model 101 vocoder, however, there is no model name printed anywhere and so it could possibly be a proto-model or a custom-made unit.

The unit appears to be working as it should, with all the knobs and switches responding and working fine to the best of my knowledge as being tested by a guitar. There are slight scratch noise on some of the knobs due to the nature of these vintage synths, which could do with some adjustment/servicing if required.

Cosmetically the unit is in nice condition for its age as you can see. There are some wear and light scuffs marks here and there as pictured, but nothing serious. I'm including plenty of pictures of the actual item so you can see exactly how it looks.

Power cable included.

**This unit was made for the Japanese market which runs on 100 volts. You will need a stepdown voltage converter for 120V - 220V regions."

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