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Published on 09/26/07 at 22:14
This is a vintage organ, in the late 1970s. double keyboard, plus pedal

the organ is controlled by drawbars, as well as options to add more sustain particular, high-pitched sounds ...

110 R Series includes a drum machine

The connection includes:
- Output jack
- Connection to the volume pedal
- Connection to the pedals
- Connection for controlling cabin type leslie

frankly it's heavy! but ca be dismantled for any concert. I advise you to be two, or else to have a good muscle

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use.
editing sounds and effects is done by buttons or knobs to sustain such
the drawbars are effective

SOUNDS

The sound is vintage.
The cabin is well leslie type turn it off,
the sound is modular, it is a clone hammond

short, it is an organ, what!

the ability to mix sounds shrill or not the piano, for example, allows explessions different.

OVERALL OPINION

It is found not too expensive second-hand, but we must see in what state.

The major drawback: weight,

the advantage: the drawbars editing, sound running,

a good choice for a keyboard that looks not too expensive charm sounds kind hammond

There are samples of Farfisa, but we can modulate the war.

Instrument from another time? go figure!
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