Vermona synthesizer

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Vermona synthesizer

Postby guenii » Mon Feb 04, 2013 10:42 am

Hi, guys!

Maybe someone could help me out a bit.. I got this Vermona synth
(http://www.vintagesynth.com/misc/vermona.php)
couple of days ago from one of my friend... It still works, sounds interesting, but my question is "does it have clean piano sound"? And since it's monophonic - it means that you can play only one note at a time?

If I want to sell it, how much I can get for it?

Thanks in advance for answering...
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Re: Vermona synthesizer

Postby krushing » Mon Feb 04, 2013 10:58 am

guenii wrote:"does it have clean piano sound"?


An acoustic piano? No, not really - but since it's a synthesizer, you can probably coax a passable e-piano (as in a Rhodes/Wurli) type sound out of it.

And since it's monophonic - it means that you can play only one note at a time?


Yes. Which of course decreases its usability as far as piano-type applications go, but you should be able to get some bass & lead sounds from it. No idea about its worth - while it's somewhat rare, I don't think these command very high prices.
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Re: Vermona synthesizer

Postby salwa » Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:39 am

I see them sometimes on polish auctions - about 400-500$, but i don't know, if there are buyers.
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Re: Vermona synthesizer

Postby radek tymecki » Tue Feb 05, 2013 7:53 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1Gkc0JiG9g

i had it once. bought it for 50$
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Re: Vermona synthesizer

Postby ItsMeOnly » Wed Feb 06, 2013 6:41 pm

My first synth. Bought it for like 100 zlotys, which would make 25 dollars then.
Great transistor ladder 24 dB/oct filter. Keyboard a very unreliable but easy to fix. Also, very noisy.

An easter egg of this synth is that you can combine the radio-type switches so you can get 8 "oscillarors", and waveform mixing.
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