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Published on 08/08/10 at 21:00
WARNING THIS NOTICE CONCERNS THE PARTNER 16, ALTERNATIVE A LITTLE SOMETHING ALONG THE PARTNER 14

Organ-two manuals:
Low 44 keys
Treble 44 keys
+ 1 octave bass pedal.

keyboard acute
-3 Drivers
Flutes: 16 '/ 4' / 8 '/ 2'
piano / guitar, piano / harpsichord / classic guitar / electric guitar
brass-strings: brass / clarinet / oboe, strings: string-panflute

3-wire keyboard bass
Flute / piccolo / cello

Pedal bass: 16 '/ 8' / bass guitar / trombone / bass manual
Activated by zippers and multiple combinations by drivers.

Audio, Analog headphone + amp.

Modulation: sférasound (pseudo leslie), fast vibrato / low, reverb '
Polyphonic course

Volume pedal


UTILIZATION

No manual.
Config 'simple quick start, it pushes, pulls, knobs are touched, we play.

Ohhh, I know that sound!

SOUNDS

- The partner 16 was manufactured in early 80

It is a copy of Hammond, who has not the sound of a Hammond, but rather the sound of a Farfisa.
Result sounds very typical but very interesting.

The driver delivers a flute organ sound very sweet, interesting to make any additional cute, or how Morgan Heritage Reggae.

It sounds decent game consoles of the 80s (See piccolo or breach on the keyboard bass strings in the treble).
Others are used in many prods reggae melodica and brass in particular.

All sounds have a REAL color, which makes this a Farfisa keyboard endearing, and really interesting, unlike a lot of his brothers organs Italian furniture sometimes too "perraves.

Moreover, we find many VST pumped just the sound of the Farfisa.

The keyboards are fun to play, it's good plastoc, but hey, hey should not ask him too.

This keyboard has a real personality for exploitable prods, and really endearing happy!

So much for the sound of Hammond.



OVERALL OPINION

I use it for three months: really fun to use in models, and frankly, if it was not a fat cow
(Include a good 40taine kilos + therefore a footprint), it would come on stage with me.

I recovered with a lot of buzz, cleaned from top to bottom, everything works nickel tadam ...... except the volume pedal a little broken ....

I tried other organs furniture, but this one had really caught my attention because of its unique personality.

Farfisa thank you!

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