It looks like the Roland SH-101 – a vintage 80’s monophonic analog synthesizer – may be getting an official Boutique clone.
Blurry-cam images of what appears to be a Roland Boutique version of the SH-101 were captured from an Instagram video of Roland product specialist Nick de Friez.
There’s been no official announcement of a new Roland synth inspired by the SH-101, but it could be a second entree in Roland’s Boutique analog series.
About The Roland SH-101
The Roland SH-101 is a vintage analog synth from the 80’s. It offers a very basic architecture, with a single VCO; a VCF, VCA, ADSR envelope and a basic arpeggiator and sequencer. It came in four different colors, and a hand grip was also available, letting the SH-101 be used as a keytar.
If you’re not familiar with the Roland SH-101, here’s a hands-on video demo:
Video via once upon a synth