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D50 Pitch a Bender
Old 2nd March 2014
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D50 Pitch a Bender

Hi guy,

Don't know if I'm in the right section but recently bought a D50 in the U.K. for £100
Now for that price it ain't without it problems, primarily a broken pitch bender and a couple of non responsive switches. Other than that, it's all cosmetics.

I've stripped it down and removed the keyboard and removed all the keys to clean the keys & contacts etc as I believe there can be an issues with velocity & after-touch so thought may as well do it whilst the synth is in bits.
Tact switches I can get replacements from RS Components for pennies (going to replace all 54 for about £6)

My main issue is I can't find any suppliers or sellers with replacement pitch bender assemblies. Unfortunately, I can't do a repair on it as the plastic is physically sheared and can't be clued.

Can anybody help me out here?
Old 2nd March 2014
Old 2nd March 2014
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Here for the gear
🎧 5 years
Originally Posted by djugel ➡️
Thanks for that,

Not the piece I'm looking for but they do have a complete assembly

Roland Pitch Bender Assembly

And this is the specific part

Roland Bender Plate

Has anyone in the UK bought from these guys?
How long does it take?

Last edited by mgmcgill; 2nd March 2014 at 12:42 PM.. Reason: Include signature
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