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Musitronics Mu-tron III

Analog envelope filter

For Guitar bass and keyboard

Vintage advertisements for the Musitronics Mu-tron III

Effects advertisements originally published from 1972 onwards. Click on the images for larger copies.
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Musitronics Mu-tron III - Larry Coryell - The Eleventh House

Musitronics Mu-tron III - Larry Coryell - The Eleventh House (1972)
Featuring jazz guitarist larry Coryell playing a Hagstrom Swede

Musitronics Mu-tron III - Stevie Wonder and Mutron III

Musitronics Mu-tron III - Stevie Wonder and Mutron III (1974)
For a convincing recorded demonstration of what Mu-tron III can do, listen to Stevie Wonder on his great hit, Higher Ground. (TamlaT326L). Mu-tron III works with most...

Musitronics Mu-tron III - George Duke. Mu-tron III Plus Mu-tron Phasor

Musitronics Mu-tron III - George Duke. Mu-tron III Plus Mu-tron Phasor (1975)
Mid seventies add featuring George Duke
GEORGE DUKE increases the innovative capabilities of his instruments with the Mu-tron III and Mu-tron Phasor. With this com...









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