Lives for gear
Joined: Dec 2011
Location: Pasadena, CA
Depends what sound you're after. You could probably get a broken Polysix for around $400 and spend about $100 repairing it, you could get an AN1x for around $300-$450, an Ion for $400, and MS2000 for $450, an ESQ1 for $150, a Kawai SX240 for ~$700, etc. etc. which all have totally different sounds, and modulation capabilities than the one kind of thing a J60 can offer.
__________________ Synths: OBX, Arp 2600, Matrix 12, Rhodes Chroma, Prophet 5 R2, Tereshkova, Cwejman S1 Mk2, Korg MonoPoly, FR777, Pro One, Prophet600, Juno 60, SX240, MKS70, Moog Prodigy, TX816, OB12, MS2000, Minibrute, Ion
FX: Eventide H7600/Space/Timefactor, Culture Vulture, Ebbe & Flut, RE-201, TC Fireworx, MF104Z, MF105M, MF101, MF102, CP251, Boss SE-70 x2
Dyn/Pres: UA 4-710d, Black Lion Auteur, Overstayer VCA/FET/ID4, dbx160XT x2
A/D: D&R Orion X, Apollo Quad, 2x UAD-2 Quad PCIe's