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Surely those 5-600 working CS-80's are located somewhere. I found out some years ago that my aunt's neighbor gave away a complete Hammond B3 w/leslie speakers to a local church instead of giving it to me
That was painful.
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Congratulations; I believe you win the award for resurrecting the most elderly thread ever. March 2008 -> June 2014
I think even $16000 isn't much for a classic synth these days when you consider the prices of a cars and even classic arcade machines. Even the enthusiasts restore & service them which costs a lot to keep them in top condition.
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