Eko Tiger

Eko Tiger

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Tiger, Organ from Eko.

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Eko Tiger tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Eko
  • Model: Tiger
  • Category: Organs
  • Added in our database on: 06/26/2008

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Eko Tiger user reviews

Average Score:4.0(4/5 based on 1 review)
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mtwallet's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Eko Tiger
2 output jacks: an "earphone" headphone (or amp)
has one input for a "pedal", but I didn't have one

2 speakers integrated intersect when the earphone jack when it's connected (yeah, it's supposed to work this way)  but what prevents them from having a "return" as in the Farfisa Matador which has an output "ext amplifier"

1 "on-off/volume" knob on the left side.

Two knobs in the middle: "bass volume" and a "tone", I prefer them being off, use it only if you need GAIN on specific frequencies.

All in all - this piece is very easy to disassemble and repair.


Several zippers to change the sound
Me, I think the red zipper only gives the best sound

a slide vibrato, vibrato therefore "non-adjustable" small downside to this level


Its less "mechanical" and that the cold Farfisa Matador
Tiger is my April '69 (it's noted in!)
its worse than a Farfisa Compact, or a course Elka Panther
stoned ears less so in group


Bought 5 € on ebay, as saying a deal!

looks nicer than the Farfisa Matador (thanks to the different logos on it) and even brown

a good late 60s/early 70s organ, and many sturdy (mine dates from 1969, is written in)

but obviously not as good as "real" 60s Organ (Farfisa Compact and Vox Continental Elka Panther)

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