Tone Generator Analog Synthesizer Type
The SY-1 and SY-2 are the first compact/portable analog synthesizers produced by Yamaha. They are single-VCO synthesizers (derived from the GX-1) with preset sounds and synthesis capabilities. The SY-1 and SY-2 were designed as accessories to the larger organs and pianos of the time—compact and light enough to sit atop an organ (or piano) and adorned with controls and switches. One listen to the SY-1 or SY-2 and you'll hear the signature classic synth sound that defined Yamaha throughout their more famous CS-series.
Keyboards 37 keys
Dimensions 900 (W) x 320 (D) x 200 (H) mm
...SDS-8 Soundmaster Disco Beat Syntecno: - Tee Bee Mk1 ULT-Sound: - DS-2 Wadorf: - Pulse - Pulse+ - Pulse+ Wersi: - Baß-Synthesizer Yamaha: - CS01 - CS01 - CS01 - CS01 (black) - CS-15 - SY-1 - SY-2 Whole list see here Phil
...last time I found an instrument that inspiring was the JD-800 in 1991. And maybe (on a different level) the SY-2 and PE-2000... Thank you, Laurent, for this absolutely stunning and beautiful instrument! Can't wait to hug you at Superbooth! Cheers, Bert
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