Rare & Bonus Keyboards
These keyboards used to be hard to get your hands on, but no more...
Cheap Digital Keyboard
This keyboard was the first to provide FM sounds at an affordable price.
Cheap Digital Harpsichord:
These two FM synthesizers are similar in operation but different in appearance: the first looks like a baby grand piano and the second looks like a classic electric keyboard. Both models provided powerful features like multi-operator generators and digital to analog converters. Small magnetic sticks inserted in a reader were used for preset loading.
GS Sounds (medley):
This instrument, the first digitized portable keyboard, had a transposer function from a fifth up to a seventh down, twenty-nine native presets and a card reader to load a variety of other programs.
This instrument provides a polyphonic ensemble with a percussive section, and three oscillators per voice.
Log Piano & Strings
This is a typical “cheesy” keyboard with 4 presets, several possible combinations, and polyphony.