Share your knowledge on these two classic MPCs
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By nu-comer Wed Sep 17, 2014 1:28 pm
Here's my baby.

120V, LE #0697, Poland, Akai 3.11 OS, Original Floppy Drive, custom wooden panels.

Bought it in 2012 on ebay. It went the whole way to me from Boston or Washinghton, can't remember.

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By Lampdog Wed Sep 17, 2014 6:13 pm
One day I'll be a proud parent.

By Clint Fri Sep 19, 2014 8:05 am
Looks in good shape, like most machines in this thread. The LE's are mostly in great shape after 15 years. Thumbs up nu-comer!!
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By nu-comer Fri Sep 19, 2014 1:05 pm
Thanks mates! I love everything about these 3K samplers. Working on them is a pure pleasure.
By Clint Mon Nov 10, 2014 4:10 pm
Thanks for.posting, can we have some specific details as in nu-comer's post above?

Voltage, os, storage medium, le number, location, any extras etc.

Then I can add you to the roll-call in the first post.
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By *Pilchard* Sat Feb 28, 2015 2:42 pm
crate king wrote:
Also wanted to add my production partner dj S.C.A.M's to the mix his is really rare serial number #0009


Wow, that is impressive.

Any details for both machines Crate King?
By crate king Sat Feb 28, 2015 8:48 pm
I had the original version of the 3000 that came out in 93 and he had a sp 1200 . I taught him how to use my 3000 and he loved it so In 2000 when the 3000 le was reissued in Canada he got his from long & mc quade out here in Toronto and paid 4500.00 tax included for that bad .He ended up using it to produce music for A few Disney children shows and tv commercial's and bunch of Canadian underground Rap artist with the mpc 3000 le #0009 . I ended up coppin my 3000 le #0884 last week threw a friend after my first 3000 died on me from what he told me he originally got it in new york a few years ago from rogue music store since I got it I've already started to knock out some beats on it for some of the artist over at DuckDown Music will keep you posted.
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By *Pilchard* Tue Mar 03, 2015 1:20 am
Nice tale

Posting the following...
Clint wrote:
Voltage, os, storage medium, le number, location, any extras etc.

Gets you on the list on the first page of this thread

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By Dustyfinga1.0 Sun Apr 19, 2015 4:44 am
Time to rewrite the books. I now own LE #1325.
100V Japanese model. Purchased from Jahrome. Minty fresh.
Soon to have razinmonster card reader, walnut trim pieces and black pads.
By mcroepster Sun Apr 19, 2015 7:16 am
Dustyfinga1.0 wrote:Purchased from Jahrome. Minty fresh.

So Jah aka the Bus is selling his beloved mpc's :mrgreen:

peace :smoker: