What's the coolest piece of musical instrument gear or other equipment you ever found discarded and grabbed it and fixed it? I imagine we'll be seeing a lot of stuff with people cleaning out their houses during the virus too! I found a 1981 Korg Polysix sitting on a free spot at work a few years ago that looked in decent shape so I took it home and cleaned it all up and plugged it in and it didn't work. I asked the guy that was getting rid of it why he was tossing it. He said it didn't turn on, it was old and it was taking up too much space. (Sounds like me...Ha!) Korg Polysix - Wikipedia Hmmm...I took the covers off and checked the fuses and they looked good. I did see a single red LED so I knew it had power. I got on-line and found a website that discussed how the Korg Polysix was notorious for the ni-cad backup battery to leak after ~ 10 years and literally eat the PCB traces right off the boards. I downloaded the schematics and had to pull and replace a half dozen components and IC's and jumper some traces that had been dissolved by battery acid. Fingers crossed I put it all back together and now it works like a champ! The Korg Polysix is a polyphonic analog synthesizer and it can produce some pretty awesome sounds. Super low bass notes that rumble! Unfortunately I'm not a keyboard player but it is fun to play around with. My son took piano lessons for years and he can play and it sounds pretty sweet! He has a recording studio so I am letting it live there for now so it can be used on their recording sessions if needed. Any of you ever find someone's junk and turn it into your treasure?