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  • willyvinylwillyvinyl

    Antonelli Studio Electronic Organ 2377Published on 06/05/06 at 08:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Organ
    37 keys
    3 octaves
    Output jack
    Drum machine with low self supporting.
    Not many sounds, but what sounds!
    Very enjoyable to play, it looks sturdy, short, an instrument dedicated to live.

    UTILIZATION

    Simpler you die.
    Simple and funky.

    SOUNDS

    The sound of the drum machine is great, all is well, the vibrato is very good too, only downside, no velocity.
    It changes the digital stuff that's all it is an organ, just an organ.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have been using very short time, but the seal of this type of instrument gives wings, it is very exctitant as an object, it starts at the quarter turn, and it has a pure face, I love.
    I tried several keyb…
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    Organ
    37 keys
    3 octaves
    Output jack
    Drum machine with low self supporting.
    Not many sounds, but what sounds!
    Very enjoyable to play, it looks sturdy, short, an instrument dedicated to live.

    UTILIZATION

    Simpler you die.
    Simple and funky.

    SOUNDS

    The sound of the drum machine is great, all is well, the vibrato is very good too, only downside, no velocity.
    It changes the digital stuff that's all it is an organ, just an organ.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have been using very short time, but the seal of this type of instrument gives wings, it is very exctitant as an object, it starts at the quarter turn, and it has a pure face, I love.
    I tried several keyboards before this one, Farfisa, Yamaha, Bontempi, copies of hammond, and the "37 keys" is my favorite, because of its special aura and its simplicity. (No frills)
    For the price, make do, it's quality but also is ultra rare, so to find one ...
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  • Anonymous

    Antonelli Studio Electronic Organ 2377Published on 07/16/07 at 01:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Technical details, see previous opinions.
    Just because the average there is only one jack, but given the age of the animal, it is not abnormal either ...

    UTILIZATION

    Ready to play, simply press the switch and it starts like clockwork!
    No need for manual, you die easy

    SOUNDS

    Then there attention! The sounds produced at the output of the integrated amplifier are clean, but may seem a bit cheap. The jack is very useful because it is leaving the organ on a dedicated amp with, why not a bracket (for me a nice reverb and a touch of overdrive) that the instrument comes into its own!
    Low expressive and crazy! Onn just wish to have only three octaves.
    The drum sounds OK…
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    Technical details, see previous opinions.
    Just because the average there is only one jack, but given the age of the animal, it is not abnormal either ...

    UTILIZATION

    Ready to play, simply press the switch and it starts like clockwork!
    No need for manual, you die easy

    SOUNDS

    Then there attention! The sounds produced at the output of the integrated amplifier are clean, but may seem a bit cheap. The jack is very useful because it is leaving the organ on a dedicated amp with, why not a bracket (for me a nice reverb and a touch of overdrive) that the instrument comes into its own!
    Low expressive and crazy! Onn just wish to have only three octaves.
    The drum sounds OK but I do not agree to my components and I use it very little.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I found a song for a few days ago (a small knob to clean and to get more than 50 years at least!).
    This instrument gives wings in composition. The sound is true, not hot like most small keyboards I've tried.
    For me, the value for money is excellent.
    It's just an organ, yes, but what a highlight!
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  • BarsamBarsam

    Antonelli Studio Electronic Organ 2377Published on 07/17/07 at 08:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Organ combo Italy in the late 70's, 3 octaves. Three sounds, three mixed effects, built-BAR. Single connector jack.

    UTILIZATION

    Ultra simple, you plug any C.

    SOUNDS

    Three sounds that may seem cheap at first but against a lot of power when you push the knob from the creature naturally overdrive. Personal I plugged my firebox and applying some sound effects can be crazy! On a component I put a little reverb + delay + a slight phaser ... it kills!
    The BAR is really against kitsch, but can be used (only 6 preset).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I found there is a little less than a month in a magazine selling hidden under a Bontempi organ! I paid € 89 (which may seem a bit e…
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    Organ combo Italy in the late 70's, 3 octaves. Three sounds, three mixed effects, built-BAR. Single connector jack.

    UTILIZATION

    Ultra simple, you plug any C.

    SOUNDS

    Three sounds that may seem cheap at first but against a lot of power when you push the knob from the creature naturally overdrive. Personal I plugged my firebox and applying some sound effects can be crazy! On a component I put a little reverb + delay + a slight phaser ... it kills!
    The BAR is really against kitsch, but can be used (only 6 preset).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I found there is a little less than a month in a magazine selling hidden under a Bontempi organ! I paid € 89 (which may seem a bit expensive, but the seller had to read the argus Audiofanzine! The starting price was 400 € but it did not sell, the price to fade ! This organ does not look, the look is super fun, we could not take him seriously with his look of 70's toy, but do not be fooled by appearances.
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  • fritesgrecfritesgrec

    Antonelli Studio Electronic Organ 2377Published on 12/21/07 at 12:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a combo organ probably late 70 early 80. It is loosely painted wood in black and has a HP and a line out. It has a few sounds, like all organ combos, there is no expressive as possible to the keyboard. It has cheap-sounding beats in the style Bontempi organs from the same period. Besides, there is no better! (See below).

    UTILIZATION

    It is very easy to use but I prefer to say limited, because when compared to other combo organ, without going to vox continental, there are much better on the market.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds are used in the cheap kind. They are more or less square waves generated by filtered octave dividers in order to limit manufacturing costs. it has nothin…
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    This is a combo organ probably late 70 early 80. It is loosely painted wood in black and has a HP and a line out. It has a few sounds, like all organ combos, there is no expressive as possible to the keyboard. It has cheap-sounding beats in the style Bontempi organs from the same period. Besides, there is no better! (See below).

    UTILIZATION

    It is very easy to use but I prefer to say limited, because when compared to other combo organ, without going to vox continental, there are much better on the market.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds are used in the cheap kind. They are more or less square waves generated by filtered octave dividers in order to limit manufacturing costs. it has nothing to do with a synth or with a hammond organ type. It's a combo organ Italian. Usable, but very limited and what we appreciate in her is just the cheap. And this is where there is a concern.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Obviously there is an epidemic of AF Antonellis of this model at astronomical prices. It will benefit from a few to draw a maximum of dough, but for many people based on the argus are selling at 200 or 300 euros, in good faith I guess. Let's be serious, an organ like that is from 20 to 30 euros, 60 for those looking for the absolutely unique look it is true, but not 200 or 300. For those who want what's looking rather a Bontempi HF201 (there is one as a gift on AudioFanzine when I write this opinion), a gem rodeo, a junior eko, or model nearby. it will cost you 4 or 5 times cheaper. And if you really 200 or 300 euros to make, a Farfisa VIP or fast, a eko tiger, are a much better investment.
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