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E-mu Planet Phatt button source
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E-mu Planet Phatt button source

Looks like some E-mu spare parts suppliers have dried up of old E-mu parts. I have been able to locate some proper NOS rotary encoders to rehab a Planet Phatt I’ve come across but I need some round black buttons to fully restore a unit to working order.

The newer Proteus 1k/2k series buttons (elliptical) are still readily available but the old round 1st gen Orbit/Phatt buttons are nowhere to be found. Is anyone still holding onto some of these?
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Originally Posted by rockreid ➡️
Looks like some E-mu spare parts suppliers have dried up of old E-mu parts. I have been able to locate some proper NOS rotary encoders to rehab a Planet Phatt I’ve come across but I need some round black buttons to fully restore a unit to working order.

The newer Proteus 1k/2k series buttons (elliptical) are still readily available but the old round 1st gen Orbit/Phatt buttons are nowhere to be found. Is anyone still holding onto some of these?
Pictures would help a lot...FWIW
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