Oakley Sound Systems Modular Analogue Synth

Published on Jan 3, 2018 Soundgas

via this auction

"Stunning, high-quality Oakley modular synth housed in two custom solid oak cases. Comprises 13 5U-size modules including a large custom LFO/ADSR/Mixer unit.

See below for a full list of modules.

Includes MIDI, external 240v power supply and there is space in once case for more modules.

Fully serviced and tested by us. All sockets cleaned

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