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Eighthnote
Aug-01-2008, 16:38
Hi out there in Cyberland, I'm looking forward to retirement and need to start scaling down my intruments. I have a General Music S3 and need an idea of how much I should list this for. I won't go into all the features but anyone who ever has played or heard one of these knows it's a great playing keyboard with tons of features. Just the built in sequencer will keep you entertained for years. You can be your own band. No more stoned drummers. Disk drive, 32 note polyphony, killer samples, great effects, SKB hardshell case and all in like new condition. Let me know if you could tell me what this is worth. Thank you in advance.

Eighthnote
Aug-13-2008, 02:51
Hi out there in Cyberland, I'm looking forward to retirement and need to start scaling down my intruments. I have a General Music S3 and need an idea of how much I should list this for. I won't go into all the features but anyone who ever has played or heard one of these knows it's a great playing keyboard with tons of features. Just the built in sequencer will keep you entertained for years. You can be your own band. No more stoned drummers. Disk drive, 32 note polyphony, killer samples, great effects, SKB hardshell case and all in like new condition. Let me know if you could tell me what this is worth. Thank you in advance.

All this knowledge and no one has any info for me? Hard to believe. But thanks all the same and have a great summer.

Krummhorn
Aug-13-2008, 12:36
All this knowledge and no one has any info for me? Hard to believe. But thanks all the same and have a great summer.

Hi Eightnote,

A number of members have read your posting, myself included. People respond here when they have pertinent information to share with another. Sometimes, it takes awhile for the right person to come along, read the post, and respond. As time permits, I've been researching the subject matter myself, and have not found any current pricing for what you are seeking.

For most of us here in the US, this is summertime & vacation time. School has been in session for a week so far in my region, and will start for other regions in September.

Have patience ... hopefully someone will come forth with more information.

methodistgirl
Aug-13-2008, 23:46
I can't believe Krummhorn of all of us he didn't but I will. Welcome to
the forum.
judy tooley

Corno Dolce
Aug-14-2008, 00:03
Aloha Eigthnote,

Welcome aboard - Please do make yourself feel right at home and stay for a spell.

Cheers,

Corno Dolce :):):)

marval
Aug-14-2008, 00:17
Hello Eighthnote

Sorry I can't help you, but welcome to the forum.

Hopefully someone will have an answer.


Margaret

Mzedeckbasses
Jan-08-2009, 02:24
Hello I am interested do you still have it for sale?

Eighthnote
Oct-15-2009, 02:52
Didn't realize this post was active and must have got lost on my PC. Yes I still have it. It's in the flight case asleep. I might wake it up just in celebration of finding this post. Cheers everyone.......

wljmrbill
Oct-15-2009, 06:17
Hi.. fellow South Carolinian: Might try some online music stores/sites and see what they might be selling for online.... I'd start with Ebay, google, amazon, also there you will find online music stores to contact. Good Luck

Clarion
Oct-15-2009, 06:40
All this knowledge and no one has any info for me? Hard to believe. But thanks all the same and have a great summer.

Since this is an organ forum, most of us don't have a lot of info on keyboards. Nevertheless, we are familiar with Ahlborn-Galanti organs which used to be manufactured by the now bankrupt General Music.

General Music went bankrupt almost a year ago, with employees still waitng to be paid wages back as far as Nov. 2008. Parts are unvailable for this instrument, since General Music has never paid for the warehouse full of parts being stored in China by the Chinese manufacturing facility.

My best guess would be that you would be doing well to get $50 to $100 for your keyboard. :(