1967 Ace Tone FR-2L Rhythm Machine

SKU
atombrafr2l
£225.00

1967 Bentley Rhythm Ace Tone FR-2L Analogue Rhythm Machine

Recently serviced and in fantastic working order.

The Rhythm Ace was developed by Ikutaro Kakehashi, who formed the Roland Corporation in 1972. 

Lush warm analogue drum sounds typical of the era.

Presets can be combined and individual sounds can be cancelled to provide a vast array of unique rhythms.

Analogue rhythm boxes were used professionally by many artists such as Kraftwerk, Jean-Michel Jarre, Blondie, Sly & The Family Stone and countless others.

The sounds from the Bentley Rhythm Ace were used by Arthur Brown on the Kingdom Come album 'Journey'. 

Simply gorgeous teak cabinet. 

The unit is in excellent condition for its age with some minor wear commensurate with age.

Nationwide delivery £9.95.