- Organ electron transistors released in 1968.
- 4 octaves.
- Fully polyphonic.
- 7 presets sound combined on four octaves:
Bass 16 '/ Clarinet 16' / Flute 8 '/ Oboe 8' / Trumpet 8 '/ 8 Strings' / Flute 4'.
- Vibrato 2 speed.
- The octave can be assigned high or low piano.
- Master Volume.
- Switch on / off.
- Entry for DIN volume pedal.
- Output jack.
- Combo no amp.
8 / 10 for the balance between opportunities and sobriety.
- Configuration ultra-simple: a switch, a knob and 11 buttons above the keyboard.
- Edit sounds achi-ultra-simple and effective: each sound is distinctive and mixes all sound nicely.
- No need for manual (in any case no dipstick).
10/10 or else have to put yourself in the triangle.
- I bought this organ for the famous "cheesy sound" psychedelic organs that category. But it can also refer to other records as presets and with some proper effect (the Korg G4 Leslie to simulate, for example).
- Although the presets are called instruments, there can obviously resemblance. Pure organ sound then.
- The vibrato is excellent despite the lack of difference between the two speeds.
- Keyboard rather soft (he lived) but pleasant. No response to touch: square wave.
- I run all the sounds according to the needs of my pieces.
9 / 10 for the acid!
- I use it for almost a year and I'm addicted to forget that I am guitarist in the beginning.
- I love the true vintage sound of the 60's. I like apple green paint under the sides.
- I tried two vintage organs before (1 and 1 Jumbo Philicorda).
- The value seems to me nonsense about vintage instruments that are expensive, heavy, difficult to repair, puncture-proof and magical!
I would do so this choice as well as for his other cousins that are FAST, or mini-compact.