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Roland SR-JV80-12 Hip Hop Expansion Board Sound Module


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This used Roland SR-JV80-12 Hip Hop Card Expansion Board ships in an anti-static bag. This is the card only.


This item is in good condition with normal wear, has been fully tested, and works great. Please see pictures for details on item condition - only what is pictured is included.

Product Details

The Hip-Hop Collection offers a wealth of fresh sounds and instruments for producing Hip-Hop and R&B. Over 40 cutting-edge phrase/rhythm loops are also included for quick song creation.

  • High-quality Hip-Hop wave expansion board for expandable Roland synths (see compatibility guide for details)
  • Adds 256 patches and 8 full rhythm sets
  • Over 40 cutting-edge rhythm loops for quick song creation
  • Hip-Hop instrument sounds include drums, bass and keyboards
  • Includes a variety of "Lo-fi" sounds, human beat box sounds, vocal sounds and sound effects

Compatible with:

  • JV-80
  • JV-90
  • JV-1000
  • XP-30
  • XP-50
  • XP-60
  • XP-80
  • JV-880
  • JD-990
  • JV-1010
  • JV-1080
  • JV-2080
  • Fantom FA76
  • XV-88
  • XV-3080
  • XV-5080

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