Novation Bass Station MK1 90's Analogue Bass Synth Synthesiser
The Novation Bass Station was released in 1993. It uses digitally synchronised analog oscillators to reproduce the sounds of a monophonic dual-osc analog synthesiser with simple and intuitive controls via 17 knobs, 10 switches and 2 Moog-style pitch/mod wheels. The Bass Station can faithfully reproduce analog bass sounds similar to a TB-303, Micromoog or Pro One synthesiser. The small keyboard and monophonic architecture set this keyboard up for strict bassline, lead synth lines, and synth fx. It also transmits MIDI continuous controller data from its pitch/mod wheels, frequency cutoff, resonance, filter modulation depth, env1 attack, decay and env2 attack and decay. (Vintage Synth Explorer)
- This is a used unit.
- Physically this unit is in great condition for its age. It shows some general wear from use and age. Some of the text has worn off near the pitch wheel, mod wheel and octave buttons. Otherwise just some general light nicks and scratches. Please see photos for further details.
- All switches, sliders and controls function as they should.
- This unit will be shipped with a generic power adaptor if buyer is located within Australia.
If you are in a remote area you may incur extra fees.
International import tax, duty, vat, custom fees or any other charges are not covered by us, nor included in the shipping fees. These are the responsibility of the buyer.
Returns will only be accepted for manufacture defects / faulty items. Please contact us if you have any problems with your purchase and we will strive to work it out with you.