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Honky Tonk Music Klone Dual Percussion Synth
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Honky Tonk Music Klone Dual Percussion Synth

Electronic Drum Module from Honky Tonk Music .

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Published on 11/11/13 at 01:16
http://www.technomage.freeserve.co.uk/studio.htm
The Klone Dual Percussion Synthesizer was produced in the UK by Honkey-Tonk Music back in the early eighties "a comprehensive and versatile percussion system, featuring two separate monophonic synthesizers, specially designed for percussive sound generation" .. so the advertisements said. There Were a flurry of this kind of synthesis in the early eighties, along with the Pearl Syncussion SY-1, the Klone is one of the best around for icts versatility and sound generating generation capabilities. You do not have to use pads with the Klone, as thoughtfully, the designers (Dick Straker?) Included trigger inputs on the rear panel of the 'brain' (along with separate / mix outputs and a headphone socket). Honky-Tonk
aussi produced The Klone Kit Kit 2-Klone and the Multi Klone


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Discount Acid
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