[sdiy] Is here somebody from around Atlanta who would help grab a weird synth?

hannes.janetzek at gmail.com hannes.janetzek at gmail.com
Tue Jun 28 02:32:11 CEST 2022

Am Di., 28. Juni 2022 um 02:07 Uhr schrieb Eric Frampton <
eric at ericframpton.com>:

> Hi Hannes,
> Funny, I’m an Atlanta native, so I saw Duluth and instantly thought
> “Atlanta suburb,” not "city in Minnesota.” Although I’m a fan of Duluth
> (Minnesota) Trading Company.
> I’m down in Atlanta playing almost every weekend, so perhaps I could
> connect up with the seller and make it happen. I’ll be back down there
> again July 4-5. Can you send me a link to the listing so I can see what
> we’re working with?
> Hi Eric,
 thanks for the reply - that would be too awesome! It's about this one

I guess it's the kind of the synth of which most copies have been ended up
on the skip.. I suppose it contains SSM 2044 filter which you could keep -
I have replacements from other Hohner organs.
Do you have experience with sending such things overseas?

Best regards

> > On Jun 27, 2022, at 7:47 PM, hannes.janetzek--- via Synth-diy <
> synth-diy at synth-diy.org> wrote:
> >
> > Hey hopefully it's ok to post this here.
> > There is currently a synthesizer available for local pickup in Duluth
> which I've been eagerly looking for for a while. I'm working on analyzing
> the HON-MEG chip which is mostly used in Hohner home-organs, except for one
> synthesizer they made around '86. It's said that only 200 have been built.
> One of my goals is also to make an implementation of it with MAME - and of
> course to see if it provides some insights to upgrade my accordion expander
> :)
> >
> > If anyone could image to grab it and send it over to Germany please get
> in contact with me.
> >
> > Thanks
> > Hannes
> >
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