Farewell Sequential Tempest

Drum Machine is retired after almost 9 years in production      23/06/20

Farewell Sequential Tempest


If you were contemplating the purchase of a Sequential Tempest you'd better act fast and grab one while dealers' stocks last, as the company is retiring it after nearly 9 years in production

Co-developed by Dave Smith and Roger Linn, Tempest has been embraced by musicians from a wide range of genres for both live performance and studio recording.

Dave Smith told us, "Our users have put Tempest to a lot of really creative uses over the years. but a time comes when every good instrument deserves its place in the great electronic retirement community in the sky. On the bright side, we're as busy as ever designing new products, and we'll be telling you about some of these in the next couple of months. So stay tuned!"

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