It's not a Roland SH-1000, but almost ;)
I serviced an SH-1000 for a colleague who also had an SH-2000 that he was willing to sell.
His SH-1000 needed the keyboard contacts cleaned, so I took care of that and got the SH-2000 for a good price as "payment" :)
External condition is good. The sliders feel OK. However, it has the same problem with the keyboard contacts as the SH-1000 I serviced had. At least I know how to fix that. Now I just need to get it done. We will see how long that takes ;)
It's got a fairly low serial number (3xxxx). When I checked on the web, the SH-2000s before #578050 should have the Moog transistor ladder filter, so this one should.
Perhaps that's why the guy I bought it from said he almost didn't want to let it go due to the Tuba preset. It does sound really full and warm! Could be the filter ;)
While it doesn't offer total manual control like the SH-1000, it does offer manual control of the filter, and that's the most important part, isn't it? ;)
I am thinking that it's gotta be "easy" to make mods to this to make it more like an SH-1000 in terms of parameter control, but I didn't find anything while searching the web. Perhaps it's really messy...
A downside is that there is no external control for this (no CV even), though I guess that can be arranged.
All in all, a good deal for a nice old piece of Roland hardware!