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VoxFisa333

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The next organ
« on: February 07, 2022, 05:55:14 pm »
In 1968 Farfisa started the FAST line The name stood for Farfisa All-Silicon Transistor. This went from the FAST 2 to the FAST 5 This led to the Professional line in '69. So the top of the FAST was the Professional. This traded the Strings that were iconic to the Copact series for the Clarinet/Sharp. Both that and the Flute sound came in 8 footages, giving both the Hammond an Vox sounds, 8 footages of percussion and some percussion tones rounded it out

https://www.combo-organ.com/Farfisa/index.htm

Then came the Professional Duo which was a Professional strapped onto a FAST 4 or 5

https://www.combo-organ.com/Farfisa/index.htm
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=farfisa+professional+duo
https://www.ebay.com/itm/202763072978?hash=item2f359ef5d2:g:cgsAAOSwOdldYDEI

VoxFisa333

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Re: The next organ
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2022, 05:14:44 pm »
If you want to know what chrrsy is. get one of the Ace Tone Top-3 or Top-5 models. They were single-footage, along with some of the Teischords and Kawi Kingston and Porto-Organ The buiold was good but the sound laciked the depth and richness. However, they have a following as of 2008 ir sim They are listed in Combo Organ Heaven

https://www.combo-organ.com/index.htm

Also of interest may be the Lowery Theatre Organ as it was a major althernative to the Hammond B. 96 TEARS was playeed on that
« Last Edit: February 27, 2022, 05:19:10 pm by VoxFisa333 »

 

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