Vermona has announced it will be shipping the first units of its ’14 Analogsynthesizer this November.
Development of the monophonic analog synthesizer was put on hold after Vermona’s co-founder Bernd Haller passed away in 2015.
We revisited the project early this year and have now reached the exciting stage.
The ’14 Analogsynthesizer is no of-the-peg-instrument. Each unit is carefully manufactured by hand and needs its time to reach completion. From mid October on, we will accept first orders and start delivery in November. More details about the order process, scope of delivery, pricing and unit limitations will be announced early in October.
Since the first public appearance of the ’14 Analogsynthesizer, we consistently receive requests for this instrument. We thank you for your patience and your persistence. The wait is soon over and we assure, it was worthwhile!
Check the video footage from the NAMM 2016 show below to get some more details on the ’14 Analogsynthesizer.
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