Works great. See video of this actual item.

Super clean. Top plastic is a little bit yellowed (compared to bottom piece). Battery compartment is super clean and still has black ribbon for pulling the batteries out and the battery springs are nice and shiny.

Includes Suzuki OCC-2 carrying case with one key. It's about as nice as they come. No stains or dings. And 48-page, Pop Sing-A-Long songbook ©1983 Suzuki.

Runs on 8 C batteries or 12V negative (-) tip AC adapter. Batteries not included. I will include a compatible AC adapter for USA/Canada buyers only.

This electronic autoharp was the first Omnichord model (from 1981) and is the simplest. It features 27 chords (9 keys x 3 variations (major, minor, minor 7th (eg. C7)). Unlike subsequent models, if you press more than one button button in a key, you don't get other variations. The top-left button (Eb major) has priority over all others. However, you can combine rhythms by pressing multiple buttons at the same time.

Daniel Lanois used an Omnichord on many productions including U2's The Joshua Tree (1987) album. "Love Is a Stranger" (1983) by Eurythmics features chords and Sonic Strings from the Omnichord OM-27 .






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Listed2 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.Learn more
Brand
Model
  • OM-27 Omnichord
Finish
  • Ivory
Categories
Year
  • 1981
Made In
  • Japan
Analog / Digital
  • Digital

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