Martin Hannett Joy Division Producer his Red Transcendent 2000 synth in case

Martin Hannett Joy Division Producer his Red Transcendent 2000 synth in case
Martin Hannett Joy Division Producer his Red Transcendent 2000 synth in case
Martin Hannett Joy Division Producer his Red Transcendent 2000 synth in case
Martin Hannett Joy Division Producer his Red Transcendent 2000 synth in case

Martin Hannett Joy Division Producer his Red Transcendent 2000 synth in case

If you know about Martin Hannett Joy Division engineer and producer you will know about his legendary modified Transcendent 2000 synths. This is the type of synth which he introduced Joy Division to in 1978 and the sound of synth that was used on a lot of Joy Division recordings. This is his legendary red Transcendent 2000 from his cache of Transcendents. Fully working and in its original Hannett flight case, this belonged to the man that produced Joy Division early New Order, U2, Stone Roses , Magazine, Buzzcocks, John Cooper Clarke, Happy Mondays, Nico etc.

You may see cheaper Transcendents but none as good as Hannett's all maintained and ready to use and a great investment. Like all Hannett gear it will climb in value over the years. It comes with a copy of the book on his equipment with a large section about his Trancendents. Will come with note of provenance. The item "Martin Hannett Joy Division Producer his Red Transcendent 2000 synth in case" is in sale since Thursday, July 2, 2020. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments\Pro Audio Equipment\Synthesisers & Sound Modules".

The seller is "beam265" and is located in Near Manchester. This item can be shipped worldwide.


Martin Hannett Joy Division Producer his Red Transcendent 2000 synth in case