SONY Drum Pad DRP-2 Rare handheld drum machine

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  • Sold Date: May 23,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

SONY Drum Pad DRP-2 Rare handheld drum machine
SONY DRP-2
Rare handheld drum machine. In excellent condition.
"Sony "Drum Pad" DPR-2 drum machine and electronic drums, 13 sounds, 2 user pattern (4/4 and 3/4), 8 preset patterns, fill-in mode, pads for real time play/record."
Instructions on use from the internet;
BEFORE turning on the DRP2, press A, B or C (turn on the unit pressing the pad at the same time). Then press 1, 2 or 3 : you'll have preset rythms. Finaly, use the "tempo" + or - You can play with the pad at the same time. Changing pattern : press 1, 2 or 3. Changing banks : turn off then replay. Record your own rythm : press "user beat" 4/4 or 3/4 before turning on the unit (turn on the unit pressing the pad at the same time) : you'll hear a " Play with the pad, it will be recorded.
Uses 2 AA type batteries.
SHIPPING $20USD Small packet airmail (7 days). It will be shipped out 3-4 days working days after payment is recieved.
As you can see from the Mystoremap below I will ship to most countries in the world. If you are unsure if I can ship to your country please check the mystoremap below to see if I have previously shipped to your country or contact me by email. You may need a power converter depending on your country.

TERMS OF SALE

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