I'm gonna be starting a Stereotypical Indie Rock Band this fall (think '80s King Crimson having a threesome with The Sea and Cake and the Minutemen), with two guitarists. Since synths play a big role in this kind of music, I've been thinking about getting a synth rig for onstage use, a la what Tony Levin did with King Crimson in the '80s or what Eric Axelson does with the Dismemberment Plan. I'd mainly use it for playing keyboard bass parts (it's a distinctly different approach, I've found), and for guitarists to use for textural washes. I'm completely uninterested in realistic keyboard or acoustic instrument sounds; I just want something with good basses, leads, and pads. I doubt I'd need anything with more than 49 keys. I'd use my Clarus and a PA cabinet for amplification. Since they're so cheap on eBay, I've been looking at cheap, old polysynths like the Roland Junos. I've also been looking for used Novation Bass Stations. Anyone here have any suggestions that fit my budget? For recording and home use, I have a very nice Yamaha digital piano that has fairly usable vintage keyboard sounds as well, so I don't need anything special.