Fender Contempo Organ 1960s garage surf organ - used in Toga Kings band
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The Fender Contempo combo organ was made between 1967 and 1971 as a competitor to the Vox and Farfisa combo organs of the 1960s. Featuring a sturdy wooden case like its contemporary the Fender Rhodes electric piano, the Contempo has bass and treble voices, with a Normal/Solo switch to change the bass keys between bass and treble voices. The Contempo also offers onboard vibrato and tremolo effects as well as a "Solo Timbre" switch for added brightness and an unusual volume pedal that can spin side-to-side for added tone control.

Famous Players: Keith Jarrett

Product Specs

  • Contempo
  • Red
  • 1960s
Number of Keys
  • 61 Keys

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