Originally developed in the UK in the early-1960s, combo organs cemented themselves into musical history with the help of some big hits by the likes of the Animals, the Doors, Iron Butterfly, Elvis Costello and the Attractions, and countless others. Characterized by loud colors, rows of rocker switches and a wide range of zippy, reedy tones, these instruments quickly found favor in popular music thanks to their portability and versatility in a live band setting. This handpicked collection features the best-of-the-best in vintage combo organs, from the Vox Continental and Jaguar to the Farfisa Mini-Compact, as well as later models from Japan and the USA.