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Very endearing! - Reviews Philips Philicorda 22GM752

4 octave organ combo, 1970-71

UTILIZATION

Ergonomics game very simple and well thought out.

SOUNDS

The keyboard is very pleasant to the touch and very expressive, like a Hammond organ (such as "waterfall"), which provides high speed and ease of play well on the n has nothing to do;)
On the set 8 ', the first 3 octaves provide a sound very thick and warm, fairly close to a synth with its sounds of "wood" and "trumpets" (Vox IV and V).

The sound grobal in complete games looks more like an emulation of liturgical organ. The integrated reverb spring brings a vintage but still quite noisy, especially when the organ is a bit shaken by a dynamic game!

The vibrato is a bit too slow for my taste ...

OVERALL OPINION

An organ to have for any collector of organ 60s:)
His finishing and manufacturing are far more upscale than its Italian cousins from the same period.
Wooden hull plating, very fragile, difficult to remove feet short, not too lugging without flight case (and again ...)!
Another interesting point is repaired relatively easily, because no integrated circuits, but simple components.