Meet the man with Britain's biggest collection of SYNTHESIZERS. Andy Horrell, owner of EMIS music in Mangostfield, Bristol, has a staggering collection of more than 400 synthesizers dating back several decades. Andy, who stores his impressive collection in the attic of his shop, has a wide range of synths, including some rare ones such as the 'Thunderbolt SZ3540' of which there are only two in existence. Another item in the collection is the world's first programmable synth named the SynKey made by American company EML. The synth, released in the 1970s, used specialist punch-cards which had to be punched by hand using a special tool before being inserted into the machine to achieve the desired sounds.
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