In 1968, the Gibson/Maestro Rhythm N Sound arrived on the scene to challenge and perplex guitarists with its strange sounds and features. One of the stangest effects units ever made--and it happens to have great fuzz! The unit allows you to trigger analog percussion sounds from any pulse or audio source. It has an octave effect, some EQ filtering, envelope filter, and tremolo (labeled Echo Repeat). The Rythm N Sound is made for use with guitar,  but it is also fun to use with drum machines…

A super clean Maestro Sound System. This one is the Rhythm 'N Sound for guitar.

Percussion synth, auto-wah, octave down, and fuzz machine all in one – Maestro's innovative Rhythm 'n' Sound G2 was a multi-effect box before there ever was such a thing. For being a product of the late '60s, these things sound incredible! Has anyone out there ever played with one?  #pedal #guitarpedals #effects #guitar #vintagegear #gearporn #gear

MAESTRO Rhythm n Sound in good order and cosmetic condition.Fully serviced and ready to ship.This is an amazing vintage unit - basically a guitar

Ludwig Phase II Synthesizer 1970's | Reverb

This Ludwig Phase II Synth is a very rare unit from the mid It is in fine working condition. Call us for an in hand description.

Ludwig Phase II

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Repost @soundgasltd:  This is just a little taster of the Maestro Madness to come. Great with guitar bass keys synth there's still no modern equivalent of what these Rhythm & Sound boxes do (that's a G-2 and a G-1 there). Maybe there's no need; maybe one bonkers synth/fuzz/octave unit in the world is enough...

Repost @soundgasltd: This is just a little taster of the Maestro Madness to come. Great with guitar bass keys synth there's still no modern equivalent of what these Rhythm & Sound boxes do (that's a G-2 and a G-1 there). Maybe there's no need; maybe one bonkers synth/fuzz/octave unit in the world is enough...

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