The E-86 was on my wanted list for a while. I’ve owned most of the (interesting) E-series by now so when I saw an add for a ‘well used’ E-86 I picked it up.
A while ago (gee, al lot of my post begin with these words 🙂 ) I bought 4 old Casio toy keyboards. My very first keyboard was a Casio SA-1 (which I still have) and some models are still popular today.
A while ago I bought a Roland E-70. Why would you want a 25 year old keyboard? Because when I was alot younger I had a E-30 and the E-70 was the top of the line keyboard back then. Thats why 🙂
It’s been a while since I put a project on this blog but over the past few months I have acquired a few keyboards to fix.
I bought another project Roland D-70 about half a year ago. I’ve fixed one a few years back and this one also has problems with the keys. I thought it would make a nice midi controller for my Roland FA-06 so I bought it.
I bought this stand a few weeks ago. The ad said it was an Ultimate keyboard stand but I thought I was a Jaspers because I couldn’t find any Ultimate keyboard stand online that looks anything like the picture above 🙂
This week a Roland Juno Stage came in the mail. I bought it from a guy who gigged it a lot and he said it had a rough life on stage. Came with some minor defects but they are all fixable.