a simple TR-Disc. model. It has a 3-position Disc. toggle selector. In '80 and early '81 I used one a lot and sold quite a few as they were a good tinkering around little unit.
Very light weight, but no Ground Balance so you needed to maintain a uniform ground-to-coil relationship.
At the time, the American S1 was also offered and it had a fixed (hard-wired) coil, and this one, with the visible coil connector, would have made it the S2.
In its condition, I'd be certain that:
1.. It works properly
2.. You really have a need for it
But it really wouldn't have much value. If I found a really pristine condition S2 I'm consider buying it, but I'd be cautious on those older, rather worn and outdated models.
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