Yamaha FM Sound Synthesizer Expander Unit II SFG-05U

via this auction"Yamaha FM Sound Synthesizer Expander Unit II SFG-05U. In original packaging.Features: * An FM sound generator is used as the sound generator, allowing for reproduction of quality sound. * 8 sounds can be reproduced simultaneously * Equipped with 48 different types of tone data * MIDI equipped"



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