Looking for a Scala – Can you help?

Thomas posted this in with some other comments on a different thread and I wanted to make sure everyone had a chance to see it. If you can help Thomas out speak up:

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9 thoughts on “Looking for a Scala – Can you help?

  • 04/01/2018 at 23:43
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    I have a working Abacus with The upgraded SG-12 board and V7-46 upgrade. I plan to transfer parts from my Abacus to one of my not-working Scalas. My 2nd Scala, which is also not working can be yours for $300,00 if you will come and get it. I has the large touchscreen and really looks great. It needs a chip on one of the panel boards and I have no clue where to go from there. It has two SG-10 boards and will not boot past the Windows screen. The sound system is good and all was working until I tested a faulty board from my other Scala. After that…..two not-working Scalas.

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  • 01/11/2018 at 10:32
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    Looking for a Scala. Call or email Ralph Conti. 717-299.4327. Rpconti@aol.com
    He has a Scala that I traded in on my Sonic.
    Only reason I got sonic is because I wanted two 76 note keyboards. It’s loaded with additional activations, 500 gig hard drive,
    DVD player and it’s in great condition.
    I can email you pics if you want.

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    • 03/30/2018 at 10:40
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      Please mail pics if you still have them. Ralph takes a little time to respond so I have tried to find a Scala through other channels. My offers for used instruments are very low, owing to the terrible resale market. I just picked up a Lowrey Imperial for about 10% of the price paid by the original buyer (3 years ago) and it’s perfect. Lowrey’s are vastly overpriced but user friendly and service support is almost everywhere and, the company is still producing for the US market. They are produced by Kawai and the quality is first rate. They are just tooooooooo big for gigs and the best features are not available on a smaller more practical gig-friendly profile. Wersi still has the edge for out-of-the-house use so I’ll keep looking for another Scala.

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  • 01/11/2018 at 06:10
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    Hi Thomas

    If you are in the UK, this instrument is located on the South Coast. It has only last year been upgraded from OAS-4 to OAS- 7 by Peter Armitage of Wersi UK. I have seen and played this instrument and it is in very good order with a good cabinet..

    Ken

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  • 01/11/2018 at 04:23
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    Thomas,

    There’s one for sale on the Club UK Website if that’s any use £4950…..

    Derek…….

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    • 03/30/2018 at 10:21
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      I live in the UAS and have two non-working Scalas. No one wants to ship to the USA. Best bet is to immigrate to Europe, I guess.

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      • 03/30/2018 at 17:35
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        Hello just by chance I came across this site —I’ve been searching for weeks trying to find some drawbars for my Wersi Abacus. I’ve also been wanting to buy a Wersi Scala with full pedals. I had a Spectra and loved it but wife was against the tower speakers…so it found a new home and I bought the Abacus. Are you selling one of the Scalas? Sounds like you’re having service issues like me. I have a tech who can fix just about anything –he’ s in the midwest. I’d maybe be interested in a Scala. I plan on upgrading from Abacus to Scala –something nice .
        I live in Northern Wisc.
        Thanx Bill

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        • 04/01/2018 at 23:47
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          I have a working Abacus with The upgraded SG-12 board and V7-46 upgrade. I plan to transfer parts from my Abacus to one of my not-working Scalas. My 2nd Scala, which is also not working can be yours for $300,00 if you will come and get it. I has the large touchscreen and really looks great. It needs a chip on one of the panel boards and I have no clue where to go from there. It has two SG-10 boards and will not boot past the Windows screen. The sound system is good and all was working until I tested a faulty board from my other Scala. After that…..two not-working Scalas.

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