BY JENNINGS MUSIC
If your trying to get that real vintage sound from thre 60's this is the way to do it. Forget all those digital samples.
This is the REAL DEAL.
Build by Jennings musical instruments (VOX ETC) in around 66/67 it's in great condition and sounds so awesome. It has the 2 original chrome stands as well.
All selectors work fine as do the switches. Note: the far left bass tones work but the octave 'down' bass isnt there. Not a problem though as all the keys do work and when your in a band your gonna have a bass player anyway. This one is quite light, not like a Rhodes etc, so easy to carry around. Stands are easy to fit and it's 240volt. A great organ if your into that original 60's sound. Again if your a collector or have a guitar room at your house this would certainly look the part in their as well.
MK 1 '73'
A great FENDER RHODES from 1979, the MK1 73'...In all original condition has come our way. On this instrument to purchase there are 2 options, firstly as is, the piano will require a service, or the second option we'll have it all done. These 2 options offer different prices of course. The overall condition is pretty good, as far as we can see it needs tuning etc, but when being serviced other things from an instrument this age will be picked up. The piano itself is the '73 with the slide bass & treble switch, has the amp & speakers cabinet which feature 4 x 12 inch speakers, two facing forwards and two facing backwards in turn giving a cool tremelo effect, almost 'Leslie' like. Shipping will be expensive Australia wide so our preference is for it to sell in W.A. Enquiries welcome though.
SOLD TO YAN
CIRCA MID 70'S
Now Hammonds are pretty rare here in Perth, and the X-5 portable Hammond also seems to be a rare keyboard. First one we've seen in a long time. The Hammond works all ok, no problems, al switches and slides are ok. There was no bass pedals or stand included so basically comes as seen but we will include the heavy duty stand if you want it. Plays great and you will get that 'real' hammond sound from this circa mid 70's analogue keyboard, no digital effects here. Looks the part as well, give you band a great sound by adding the Hammond today. VGC. Shipping will be expensive Australia wide so our preference is to sell it here in W.A. Enquiries welcome though.
CIRCA MID 60'S
I love these 60's organs, they give such a uniques sound. This one made in Italy features some slide switches just like the Hammond and in some ways have a 'similar'sound and it also has some presets. The keyboard is on one level and also features some grey bass notes as can be seen in the pics. The rhythm section also can be a very cool addition to some modern songs or just to creat effects etc, your choice. Overall one very cool EKO from the past. Highly recommended. Your gonna have some fun with this one.
VGC.Shipping will be expensive Australia wide so our preference is to sell it here in W.A. Enquiries welcome though.
These electric piano's date from the early 80's, actually it's the first electric piano Yamaha made. The CP-10 is or has more of a feel like an organ as the keys are not weighted. It has 2 piano settings and 2 harpsichord settings, a sustain and vibrato, these analogue keyboards offer sounds more like the Rhodes of the day. This one also is the light version in as such as it weight's only around 10kg or so, 12 in the case which is included as well as the foot switch. A great keyboard electric piano and now around 4o years old. Overall in VGC. Stand not included.
A very cool Vintage piano from Yamaha, circa early 80's, these differ from the CP-10 by the fact that they have a true piano action/feel which was the first of the Yamaha piano's. They sound 95% like the fender rhodes some say, so in some way it's a much cheaper alternative to the Rhodes. This particular one comes with it's foot sustain pedal, and it's legs and built in case. Overall in pretty nice condition. Freight in Australia would be expensive as in the case weight is around 46kg. Not impossible to send but just expensive.
A very cool Vintage piano from Yamaha, circa early 80's, these differ from the CP-10 by the fact that they have a true piano action/feel which was the first of the Yamaha piano's. They sound 95% like the fender rhodes some say, so in some way it's a much cheaper alternative to the Rhodes. This particular one does not have it's foot sustain pedal, does have it's legs and built in case. Overall in pretty nice condition as well. Freight in Australia would be expensive as in the case weight is around 46kg. Not impossible to send but just expensive.