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It's been almost 25 years since the legendary Rhodes brand disappeared from the scene. Now it's time for a come back.


With the Mark 7 S, A and AM and the return to american manufacturing with very close to the original components, the company has decided to make the legend live again.

No date has been announced and it's been some time already that they've been teasing us about their new models but we are getting closer to the release date. So let's keep our fingers crossed.
  • nem 1 post
    nem
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    Posted on 02/28/2016 at 10:34:40
    2016... no more available.
  • CaliMoose 121 posts
    CaliMoose
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    Posted on 03/01/2016 at 01:31:52
    Quote from nem:
    2016... no more available.


    That news article was posted in 2008. Unfortunately, looks like we'll all have to settle for Rhodes VSTs in the meantime :/

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