Portable organ

Posted by: mimsmall

Portable organ - 04/18/05 05:48 PM

There are so many to choose from. I have two Yamaha keyboards, they're for intermediate keyboardists, and they do about everything I need. They take too much effort to set up for each tune and I have to look in the user manual a lot. Memorizing it is beyond my capabilities.

I'm looking for a keyboard that has the ease of operation of the Lowery. I just need one that one person can move from house to church to community hall to neighbors jam session.
Posted by: R-F

Re: Portable organ - 04/19/05 03:07 PM

http://www.en.wersi.net/index.html http://www.bohmusa.com/ http://www.electone.com/article/?f=view&i=43 http://www.rolandus.com/product_results.asp?terms=Atelier

Posted by: mimsmall

Re: Portable organ - 04/19/05 07:47 PM

Thanks.I like that Wersi Vegas a lot.
Posted by: lowfrequencyoscillator

Re: Portable organ - 04/19/05 08:22 PM

The Yamaha SK-15 , SK-20 , and SK-30 . These are older pre midi ensemble style synthesizers and they have a great organ section with drawbar type controls . The SK- 20 and 30 even have Leslie multi-pin outputs for the rotorary speakers . You can find them on Ebay cheap . Just another alternative .
Posted by: Jukingeo

Re: Portable organ - 04/27/05 07:41 PM

WOW! Amazing to know that nice organs like those exist! I never seen these before, not on Ebay, not in music stores. The Wersi organs in particular look incredible! One of the smaller jobs could definately solve my problem (see LONG post "Keyboard Controller Confusion"). However, I bet those organs cost a fortune!
Posted by: Graham UK

Re: Portable organ - 04/27/05 11:35 PM

Hammond XE1 & XE2. easily portable. Real drawbars with style backing arranger built in.