Classic Electric Organs (Part 1)
Electric Keys provides seven classic electric organ models ranging from the early 1960's to the late 1970's.
1960 (Tube) Electric Organ
This early Dutch electric organ had two designs: tubes and transistors. Instead of the drawbars you often find in organs, this instrument had five switches to produce harmonics, along with seventeen pre-programmed chords. It also has vibrato and a spring reverb.
1960 - 8+2 Vib
1960 - 8+4+2 Vib Rev
Lighter than its big brother, the great B – Electric Organ, this model shares similar construction (same vibrato, perc, starter and motor). Instead of drawbars, it features flip tabs to access presets.
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Japanese Electric Organ
In a clear attempt to emulate the Hammond, this model was developed by a popular Japanese instrument manufacturer and worked with drawbars along with three presets. It included a two-band equalizer, drive, and Leslie. A noticeable key-click effect completes the unique personality of this keyboard.
See Electric Organs Part 2 for more electric organ presets.