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Farfisa Matador 80

Organ from Farfisa .

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Farfisa Matador 80Published on 09/30/09 at 02:26
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
4 octave keyboard synth hit
2 internal speakers
Mono sound.
Connections: headphones, amp, slalom (kesako?), Cable volume pedal
The volume is controlled exclusively by the volume pedal.

2 sections:
- Orchestral:
5 sounds are available (flute, brass, horn, reed, oboe) and can be combined with each other.
Brightness function: to open the filter and have a richer harmonic
Tremolo vibrato adds to the orchestral sound, adjustable speed (fast / slow) and can add a delay.
3 types of envelopes available, with percussive attack or sustained sounds.

- Support:
a bass that can be continued or played pizzicato by pressing the attack.
reed and flute sounds can be layered on......
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4 octave keyboard synth hit
2 internal speakers
Mono sound.
Connections: headphones, amp, slalom (kesako?), Cable volume pedal
The volume is controlled exclusively by the volume pedal.

2 sections:
- Orchestral:
5 sounds are available (flute, brass, horn, reed, oboe) and can be combined with each other.
Brightness function: to open the filter and have a richer harmonic
Tremolo vibrato adds to the orchestral sound, adjustable speed (fast / slow) and can add a delay.
3 types of envelopes available, with percussive attack or sustained sounds.

- Support:
a bass that can be continued or played pizzicato by pressing the attack.
reed and flute sounds can be layered on bass
drum rhythms with some (rock, disco, salsa, etc. ...)
agreements with automatic accompaniment.

Must be unlimited polyphony I think.

The stand is included (but unscrewed) and the 2 legs are folded under the keyboard that can be transported.
The weight should be about fifteen pounds.

UTILIZATION

Very easy to take in hand.

SOUNDS

The organ sounds are warm and really good. This is very far from what we have on the Bontempi or Yamaha Electone type. I mean it's not sound cheap.
The basic sounds can get a wide variety of sounds. This is somewhat reminiscent of the wave forms of analog synths (eg flute, reminiscent of a triangle, a saw brass, the reed a pulse, etc. ...) So by combining these waveforms was based access a range of interesting sounds.

The accompaniment is kitsch as ever. But this is not the interest of this instrument.

OVERALL OPINION

It is a beautiful organ with a nice finish. The format is relatively compact, not like the big show outsized organs. It is heavy, but transportation can easily be envisaged.

The quality of the organ sounds really good. It's not a B3, but it gets warm tones that sound good and fit perfectly into the compositions.
It places his hands on it and was immediately sound nice, that sounds good, and not at all cheap as can be so well Bontempi.

In short, a nice organ that I would have kept if I had enough room in my house. It's a shame that there is no sustain pedal, in order to make transitions between keyboards.
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  • Manufacturer: Farfisa
  • Model: Matador 80
  • Category: Organs
  • Added in our database on: 02/16/2008

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