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His keyboards look a little "off," don't they?

There's a musician in San Antonio who'd like to sell you a Nord Lead keyboard and accompanying sampler on Craigslist.

The keyboard sells for $400. It's fully expanded, with 12 voices and a RAM card. The sampler's an e-mu6400, going for $250, and it comes with a keyboard input and 128mb of good old RAM. 

There's also a Kurzweil k2000 synthesizer, one he's selling for $400. 

"Actually, it's the k2vz with 128mb RAM," the keyboardist writes. "and a scsi zip drive with a few blank disks." Beware: the headphone output "gets a little weird sometimes."

You know what also "gets a little weird"? The guy who's selling it. He attached a picture to his listing. Check it out right here. 

My, my. He should throw away all those Dr Peppers.

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