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Fatar / Studiologic Numa Organ Joey DeFrancesco Model
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Fatar / Studiologic Numa Organ Joey DeFrancesco Model

Organ from Fatar / Studiologic belonging to the Numa series

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Recommend for the sound and feel

Fatar / Studiologic Numa Organ Joey DeFrancesco ModelPublished on 02/19/11 at 07:11
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Clone organ tone wheel including a 5-octave keyboard and a reverse octave presets to save her. Its type B3 for rock and jazz .. Possibility of connecting to midi keyboard and a lower bracket. Orders by 9 drawbars assignable to each keypad button. Pitch bend controller, leslie, vibrato / chorus independent on each keyboard. Several adjustable knob effects (reverb, drive, key click, and leakage). Connectors stereo, mono, noon. Jack and volume control pedal leslie. Leslie 11-pin socket, sockets for 2 headphones. Opportunity to update the site Studiologic by USB 1 and 2. Polyphony. Ergonomics

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drawbars very simple, push buttons or rotary. Manual in English, German and Italian....…
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Clone organ tone wheel including a 5-octave keyboard and a reverse octave presets to save her. Its type B3 for rock and jazz .. Possibility of connecting to midi keyboard and a lower bracket. Orders by 9 drawbars assignable to each keypad button. Pitch bend controller, leslie, vibrato / chorus independent on each keyboard. Several adjustable knob effects (reverb, drive, key click, and leakage). Connectors stereo, mono, noon. Jack and volume control pedal leslie. Leslie 11-pin socket, sockets for 2 headphones. Opportunity to update the site Studiologic by USB 1 and 2. Polyphony. Ergonomics

UTILIZATION

drawbars very simple, push buttons or rotary. Manual in English, German and Italian. Good quality keyboard commands but fragile-looking (the drawbars are actually sliders). Handle with sweetness. Lightweight (10kg) so easy to carry.

SOUNDS

Typed hammond sounds are very realistic. The effects are effective: leslie simulation excellent, vibrato / chorus bluffing. Key click drive and leakage also very good. The reverb seems less polished because few configurable.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a week. I used to be a hammond KK1. The Numaorgan is more faithful to the original instrument. (The engine is the Key solo B is a reference). What I like least is the presentation a little cheap and the apparent fragility of the orders.

However, just for the sound quality of the keyboard and the value taken seems good and I would resume this model.
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  • Manufacturer: Fatar / Studiologic
  • Model: Numa Organ Joey DeFrancesco Model
  • Series: Numa
  • Category: Organs
  • Added in our database on: 01/24/2011

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