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Roland Dj 70 --- Trying to sell - About how Much should I ask for? Drum Machines & Samplers
Old 18th December 2010
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Roland Dj 70 --- Trying to sell - About how Much should I ask for?

I have a really nice condition Roland Dj70 mk1 for sale - but I dont really know how much to sell it for. I am asking 500 and people seem to be responsive? Should I be looking for more - much less? Help! I can't find any information except for the same one sentence wiki article and some reviews by people in the early nineties.
Old 18th December 2010
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I have a really nice condition Roland Dj70 mk1 for sale - but I dont really know how much to sell it for. I am asking 500 and people seem to be responsive? Should I be looking for more - much less? Help! I can't find any information except for the same one sentence wiki article and some reviews by people in the early nineties.
not sure why you'd have interest at $500 - software is so much better
Old 19th December 2010
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The dj70 is a work of art.But seriously,the mark 11 is the one (scuzzy,ram ect)In UK the going rate is a about £120 (if your lucky!).The mark 11 around £160 and well worth it.So...................take what you can get and be happy.
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The dj70 is a work of art.But seriously,the mark 11 is the one (scuzzy,ram ect)In UK the going rate is a about £120 (if your lucky!).The mark 11 around £160 and well worth it.So...................take what you can get and be happy.
From what I've heard it uses the same filter algorithms as the JD800/990 and S760. That would make it quite a nice sampler in an old skool kind of way.
Old 19th December 2010
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Have you seen all those brazilian dj's who just jam on these machines?

Pretty cool & funny lo-fi sub-culture stuff right there











Literally dozens of them on youtube...

Maybe you should consider shipping to Brazil heh
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