1980's Yamaha Japan SHS-10S Keytar ("Gui-Board") w/MIDI
The Yamaha SHS-10 (or the Yamaha Sholky if you're in Japan) is a Japanese made keytar that was released in 1987.
Compact keyboard with 32 minikeys and a pitch-bend wheel, vibrato and sustain buttons, an internal Frequency modulation (usually referred to as FM) synthesizer offering 25 different voices with 6-note polyphony, two operators, and a very basic chord sequencer. It also has a loudspeaker for use on it's own (or plug into an amp through a Boss FZ-2 and use Trumpet mode for some genuinely dangerous sounds).
Tested on power supply (not included) and is working perfectly, untested on batteries as the door is missing and it's slightly corroded.
Domestic - We offer a courier service Australia wide on our guitars (and keyboard)! All prices include insurance for loss/damage along with industrial packaging to ensure your guitar arrives safely.
International - We ship worldwide almost as often as we ship domestically. We use EMS or UPS express services depending on the destination.
We only offer returns on faulty or broken items, not if you change your mind. All guitars are thoroughly tested here and we'll do our best to list any known troubles in the condition section above.
Click & Collect and local pickup available soon from our new secret location in Gladesville, Sydney.