This is a polyphonic synthesizer, keyboards, 2, 3 and a half octaves, an octave pedal monophonic, a volume pedal. the outside is made of wood (so rhodes), the cover includes an amplifier powered by the keyboard.
The sounds are fairly rudimentary orchestra part on each keyboard (flute 2, 4, 8, 16, brass and clarinet with a brightness setting, strings) and some sounds "solo" on the upper keyboard (piano, harpsichord, guitar , etc.). 8 or 12 polyphonic sounds maximum, but the sounds are easily stackable.
Level effects, assignable VCF on the two keyboards, a capricious effect sustain, vibrato, pitch and a screwdriver to adjust the set to give little detail. The polo also has some rhythm, and a very basic self accompaniment. Bontempi has better watch out.
All volumes are adjustable (2 orchestras, solo, pedals, rhythm).
Very easy to use, 10 minutes to take the beast in hand.
Unfortunately I have no manual.
The sounds are fairly simple, good vintage, a little winded at the edges. I love it. This keyboard has thirty years and it's taking on that side.
Bought "twenty zeuros" in a flea market a week ago. thirty pounds.
Keyboard rather unlikely, especially since it is not even listed on the site of Cavagnolo. According to the manufacturer, it is a low-end model quickly abandoned, with great value and very few existing copies. But apparently very strong for the low-end ...
I am looking for any information about this rare keyboard ...