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  • lily0971lily0971

    Excellent clone

    Hamichord M-C3Published on 10/16/13 at 04:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Warning: basic product is a MIDI controller, it has no sound source. It can control a PC or module published by Crumar Exp-Edition.

    The product that I present below includes the Exp-Edition Module
    The two advantages of this product are: the sound quality (it runs on VB3, a reference simulation Hammond organ) and very close to the B3 ergonomics (buttons presets, 4 sets of drawbars, location of controls. ..).
    Conventional connectors (Expression pedal, headphone outputs L + R, ...). Control the internal leslie by half-moon.
    Only downside, the only audio outputs are 6.35 jack; there is no connection sépcifique to plug a Leslie.

    UTILIZATION

    2 keyboard Fatar 61-key waterfall a…
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    Warning: basic product is a MIDI controller, it has no sound source. It can control a PC or module published by Crumar Exp-Edition.

    The product that I present below includes the Exp-Edition Module
    The two advantages of this product are: the sound quality (it runs on VB3, a reference simulation Hammond organ) and very close to the B3 ergonomics (buttons presets, 4 sets of drawbars, location of controls. ..).
    Conventional connectors (Expression pedal, headphone outputs L + R, ...). Control the internal leslie by half-moon.
    Only downside, the only audio outputs are 6.35 jack; there is no connection sépcifique to plug a Leslie.

    UTILIZATION

    2 keyboard Fatar 61-key waterfall and reverse keys for presets.
    The keyboard is perfectly suited to play the organ.
    Unnecessary manual (except for computer settings) if you know how a B3.
    Knobs for adjusting the overdrive, volume, treble and bass.

    The MIDI function is not used with the Exp-Edition module.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had more than a year and it's pure bliss ... We believe it ...
    Pushing the computer settings, you can choose to type of organ (A100, B3, ...), output settings, settings of the Leslie.

    This material is reliable: I use it in concert and rpt (OK must lug 35 kgs each).

    Anyway, I'm not ready to change and even fewer return to North organs with bright zippers and sliders.
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