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nibla nibla
Publié le 04/26/06 à 05:35
Electronic Organ Italian vintage years 60-70
Basic controls: vibrato, attack, bass, etc ...
polyphony? Total!
from the picture, mine has the two octaves lower with the reverse color keys (like the Vox Continental): The mega-class!

UTILIZATION

Simpler is not possible!
no manual of course, but it would not be much ...
we change the wheel in one shot!

SOUNDS

The sound is typical trs is on!

Obviously it's not a Hammond! and just the whole intrt is it for those who want the typical combo organ sounds 60's, sounds that are in fact always utiliss, Gorillaz Pulp, Air certain prod Hip Hop.

keyboard excellent craftsmanship, trs flexible and expressive, a real rgal!
perfectly suitable for lots of styles, from English pop reggae, funk, soul, the question is, use it wisely ...

plus it saturates when pushed a little vintage sounds death can not mulate ...
oh yeah, I forgot: try it with all sorts of pedals: wha-wha, distortion, chorus, phaser, and even shell-filter is a real rgal to see how changes of mind based on what he puts this derrire bte-l

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 months, and I know dj than I ever spare as this machine is a thousand years ... endearing monsters Lumire current 100 000 to sound, c is a real musical instrument is to find small Młoda any time with little to take the head ... what do music! (Kidding, but sometimes we must admit that it moves away, with all the technical and problem-program compatibility-crash-and-I-going current machines ...)

I got it for 10 euros, while the report qualitprix ....
on the other hand had to do with my rgler mcano prfr they are often a little dsacords when found, given their age, it's a bit normal, especially they have no more t jous since the war!
come on, 10/10 for the heart!
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