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The Synth9 Synthesizer Machine

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The Synth9 Synthesizer Machine from Electro-Harmonix will make your guitar sound like nine different classic vintage synthesizers. A simple nine-position rotary switch lets the player choose between: OBX, Profit V, Vibe Synth, Mini Mood, EHX Mini, Solo Synth, Mood Bass, String Synth, and Poly VI. Synth9 can be used on guitar or bass without modifications, special pickups, or MIDI implementation. It also features Dry volume, Synth volume, Ctrl 1 and
Ctrl 2 knobs. Its usability range extends to about the 23rd fret on the high E string and down to the open A string on a bass guitar. The Synth9 comes with a standard 9.6DC power supply.

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