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hohner Pianet M
Old 1 week ago
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hohner Pianet M

So, I just picked up a Hohner Pianet M locally for $100.00 Canadian!
I've been looking for an electric piano sound for my studio for some time that fit my budget and space. This one fit the bill!

It is basically a model T with an amp and speakers on top. The amp has this cool phaser effect though.

I've modified it by putting 1/4" Jack's on the piano output and the amp input. Other than that, it's been plug and play.

What do you guys think:
Is this a good deal?
Anyone else have one in their studio?
Does anyone have any information about the amp in it (I'd love to find a schematic)?

Cheers!
Old 1 week ago
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A most excellent deal. I don’t have that exact model but they’re pretty cool EP’s.
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A most excellent deal. I don’t have that exact model but they’re pretty cool EP’s.
I've looked at reverb and Ebay and it looks like T models are going for over $1k. I cant even find an M model for sale or sold at all; it must be a rare one.
The guy I bought it from said it was his dad's, who actually worked at hohner. So this was a one owner instrument!

I was messing around with it last night to get some tones with different amps and pedals. I'm in love! It sounds gorgeous!

This is why I check my local classifieds daily!
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