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You should buy a keyboard off this weird Craigslist bro
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.
Chase Hoffberger reported on YouTube, web culture, and crime for the Daily Dot until 2013, when he joined the Austin Chronicle. Until late 2018, he served as that paper’s news editor and reported on criminal justice and politics.