MATRIXSYNTH: Dynacord Echocord Mini / Roland MC202 / Farfisa Rhythm Unit

Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Dynacord Echocord Mini / Roland MC202 / Farfisa Rhythm Unit

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"Quick demo of a Dynacord Echocord Mini vintage tape delay recently serviced and for sale
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I used a Roland MC-202 to demo it, as well as a custom built Farfisa rhythm unit that is also for sale ( )"

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"One-of-a-kind drum machine.
It"s a rhythm unit ripped from a 70s Farfisa spinet organ and built in a custom case (trying to remain faithful to the original look).
Classic analog drum sounds like the ones you get out of the many boxes of that area (Roland TR77, Ace Tone FR-1 FR-2 FR-8, Hammond Auto Vari etc etc)
It is very close in to the Farfisa Rhythm 10 unit that Kraftwerk used at its beginning.

10 rhythms that can be combined to get some more, controls for tempo and volume. Mono jack output, on/off switch and running on 12v-18v DC (power supply is provided).
Case is DIY so don't expect manufacture quality. YSWYG."

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"Vintage german tape delay. 2 distinct preamp with common tone control, fx level, feedback level, fx tone and of course the slider to vary the delay time.

Unit was serviced and is in full working order:
- heads were cleaned, demagnetized and aligned
- 2x input DIN sockets were replaced to more convinient jack sockets
- unit was calibrated
- brand new tape fitted

Comes with a DIN / female jack adapter to use for the output.
Cosmetic is in good condition with some scuff here and there.
Front plastic panel has no crack."

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