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Yamaha Electone FE30
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Yamaha Electone FE30

Organ from Yamaha belonging to the Electone series.

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Yamaha Electone FE30Published on 01/08/06 at 13:29
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The upper keyboard has 44 keys and 3 octaves 2 / 3
The lower keyboard has 44 keys and 3 octaves 2 / 3
1 1 octave pedal crank 13
For sounds: Sounds of orchestra, organ, violin, trumpet, guitar, sax, etc etc ...
Modulatory effects on both keyboards
16 rhythms with "breaks variations"
Auto arpeggio, auto bass chord, pedal expression,
Headphone jack, d / O auxiliary jack expression,
Partition door, taken to listening,
30 amp w effective
Speakers: 30 cms, 12 cms, 7 cms
58 kgs, walnut grain finish
Release date: 1984

UTILIZATION

Yes the setup is simple, it is an organ, sounds small but clear: play the piano!
For editing, some presets, the orders are clear, accurate......
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The upper keyboard has 44 keys and 3 octaves 2 / 3
The lower keyboard has 44 keys and 3 octaves 2 / 3
1 1 octave pedal crank 13
For sounds: Sounds of orchestra, organ, violin, trumpet, guitar, sax, etc etc ...
Modulatory effects on both keyboards
16 rhythms with "breaks variations"
Auto arpeggio, auto bass chord, pedal expression,
Headphone jack, d / O auxiliary jack expression,
Partition door, taken to listening,
30 amp w effective
Speakers: 30 cms, 12 cms, 7 cms
58 kgs, walnut grain finish
Release date: 1984

UTILIZATION

Yes the setup is simple, it is an organ, sounds small but clear: play the piano!
For editing, some presets, the orders are clear, accurate and accessible in short, this organ is really a musical instrument made for connoisseurs.
The manual is easy to access, it is far from embedded electronics synthesizers today.
One click and you get the hop rhythm, another sound, and go!

SOUNDS

As long as we stay in a register organ, do not worry, clear sounds, slamming, and attractive.
The downside to the sound of the saxophone (brass are less well rendered)
The effects are small enough to register the jazzy-blues, the rest buy a synth.
The expression pedal allows the knee to vary the sound, but it takes a period of adaptation.

OVERALL OPINION

Bought new in 1985, it was 20,000 francs or 3,000 euros.
Goodies: Organ Music, although in its register
Cons: No I have not in n, except the volume and weight
Used you can find business for about 500 euros depending on the state, which is cheap in relation to the sound made and the quality of the product priori indestructible
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: Electone FE30
  • Series: Electone
  • Category: Organs
  • Added in our database on: 01/08/2006

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Other names: electonefe30, electone fe 30, elect 1 fe30, elect 1 fe30, elect 1 fe 30

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