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An undoubtedly rare and interesting monophonic analog synthesizer. Made in Italy in the mid-70s, the Welson Syntex offers two VCOs each with 4 different octave pitch ranges (32', 16', 8', and 4' for the first VCO and 16', 8', 4, and 2' for the second one) plus a third VCO for modulation. Very huge and warm sounding. It offers a whole lot of possibilities of modulation. You can even find a 'Random Music' button for crazy sample-and-hold-like effects! It has been totally overhauled one year ago in Switzerland (all power supply capacitors replaced, an octave divider chip replaced etc.) and it works absolutely perfectly. Very good cosmetic condition. [VEMIA note: look how deep the body of this synth is, reminiscent of the JP-4. That makes me think there is a lot of nice old electronics in there.]
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