909 Golden Ratio


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The Roland TR-909 Rhythm Composer is a partially analog, partially sample-based, drum machine introduced by the Japanese Roland Corporation in 1984. The brainchild of Tadao Kikumoto, the engineer behind the Roland TB-303 it features a 16-step step sequencer and a drum kit that aimed for realism and cost-effectiveness. It is fully programmable, and like its predecessor, the TR-808, it can store entire songs with multiple sections, as opposed to simply storing patterns. It was the first MIDI-equipped drum machine.

Color: - Sport Grey (Pantone: Cool Grey 7C)
Print: (rasterized photo) with Water based black ink
Fabric: - 100% Cotton Jersey
Weight: - 185 g/m2 (175 g/m2 in White)

✧ Classic Fit
✧ Seamless double needle collar
✧ Taped neck and shoulders for durability
✧ Double needle sleeve and bottom hem
✧ Tear Away Label/Tag


  • S, 46x71cm /18"x28" Sold Out
  • M, 51x73,5cm / 20"x29"
  • L, 56x76cm / 22"x30" Sold Out
  • XL, 61x79cm / 24"x31" Sold Out
  • XXL, 71x82cm / 26"x32" Sold Out


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