Awwwwwww yeah—it’s time to get schwifty! You gotta get schwifty in here, with these Teenage Engineering PO-137 Rick & Morty Pocket Operators!
Take off the case and the casing—four-on-the-floor beats, crazy synth sequences, and more are all possible, thanks to this handy little synthesizer. You’ll find eight vocal samples straight from the voice behind Rick and/or Morty himself, Mr. Justin Roiland.
Teenage Engineering famously offers a no-frills, circuit-board design, part toy, part lab experiment, and all fun—much like Rick Sanchez’s inventions (at least the ones made by Rick C-137).
Using the pushbuttons on the circuit board, you can fashion beats, program sequences, apply effects, and engage in all sorts of synth-tastic, musical fun. It has a built-in microphone, so you can sample yourself saying all your favorite catch phrases, such as “Let me out! This is not a dance! I’m begging for help, I’m screaming for help—please come let me out!!!” and also, “I’m dying in a vat in the garage!”
Like all Pocket Operators, the PO-137 is part of a larger ecosystem of Pocket Operators. You can daisy-chain them to make interesting sounds and sequences. PO-137 also comes with a few accessories, which you can see here.
Whatever you do, don’t take these Pocket Operators for granite—these guys are more limited-edition than Szechuan sauce. So, take your holdy flaps and terry folds over on to our SuperStore or check us out online!