page 2 close ups of 4 voice
page 3 programmer repair
I am the proud owner of a customized Oberheim 4 voice system built for Ronnie Montrose.
The top 2 voices in this picture belong to Gary Hull who also
assembled and wired the 4 voice for Ronnie. I am told that Ronnie would use foot switches to toggle
thru the sequencer steps while soloing over the top of it.
This is a six voice Oberheim SEM (synthesizer expander module)
Above--a very tall Oberheim, 2 voices on the top cabinet and 4 on the bottom
The 4 voice perched on a stack of racks.
Top row contains (left to right) a patch bay, a Oberheim DS2 mini sequencer, and 2 SEM modules.
repeat for 2nd row.
The bottom row contains a patch bay, mixer module, keyboard module, programmer and the power supply is on the bottom right.
Above-- Here I am investigating Hmmmm This is the power supply and it had failed on this beauty.
a look from the back.
The 4 blocks on the right are the SEM's. Notice I have 3 with dark green boards and one with a lighter colored board.
The top row here shows the power supply removed on the right and the programmer next to it unplugged.
A look a little further back shows the amount of wires and harnesses that make up the unit.
This is a close up of Gary's 2 voice SEM
The front reveals some strange hidden past. I am told it was rigged for guitar synth.
Packed up and ready to go
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