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Ferrofish B4000+ Organ Expander
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  • Anonymous

    I love it!

    Ferrofish B4000+ Organ ExpanderPublié le 10/17/11 à 10:15
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    Emulation B3 + organ + leslie drive; 3 areas of sound available: pedal / lower / upper 1 leslie: slow / fast with speeds / rise time and fall of the rotor and of the horn, adjustable bass 9 adjustable drawbars in real time for each zone; All sounds created can be stored in memory (groupe/bank/n0s of pgm) 6 knobs can be assigned to all settings in the modules in terms of tones / fx / leslie / percussion etc..

    UTILIZATION

    simple configuration, editing sounds is easy

    SOUNDS

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    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it for only a week!
    I tried everything and it is one of the best emulations of vintage organ;
    the tone is very nice but still does not equal that of my old Korg CX3 from......
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    Emulation B3 + organ + leslie drive; 3 areas of sound available: pedal / lower / upper 1 leslie: slow / fast with speeds / rise time and fall of the rotor and of the horn, adjustable bass 9 adjustable drawbars in real time for each zone; All sounds created can be stored in memory (groupe/bank/n0s of pgm) 6 knobs can be assigned to all settings in the modules in terms of tones / fx / leslie / percussion etc..

    UTILIZATION

    simple configuration, editing sounds is easy

    SOUNDS

    top of the top

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it for only a week!
    I tried everything and it is one of the best emulations of vintage organ;
    the tone is very nice but still does not equal that of my old Korg CX3 from 1979;

    price / quality ratio impressive;


    Small point:
    The chinese adapter China comes with the adapter to Cramer inexplicably, I replaced with a standard transformer 12V, 3A, and there are no problems;
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