Farfisa: Others. Just a collection of other models that didn't fit anywhere else well,the Matador could have been stuck in with the VIP's, I guess. The first 17 notes form the manual bass section. Tab style similar to the Bravo below and also has the same "m" and "7th" buttons as the Bravo. This picture is courtesy of Carlos owner of the Spanish combo organ yahoo group - URL is in the picture.
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Farfisa: Others. Just a collection of other models that didn't fit anywhere else well,the Matador could have been stuck in with the VIP's, I guess. The first 17 notes form the manual bass section.
Tab style similar to the Bravo below and also has the same "m" and "7th" buttons as the Bravo. This picture is courtesy of Carlos owner of the Spanish combo organ yahoo group - URL is in the picture. Note that the stand is just like the one for the Bravo. They have a built-in amp and speaker, headphone jack, and a 5-pin DIN jack for a volume pedal - could it be they use the same Compact-style optical pedal that had been around for 25 years?
The service manual for the Super Bravo is dated July, Thanks to Melbourne Music for the pics of the Super Bravo. Here's their typically entertaining description:. The ubiquitous rocker tabs surface once again in shades of Yellow, Red, Cornflour Blue, Regal Blue and Ivory, proving beyond a doubt that the visually challenged were not just restricted to Eastern design studios. A similar almost identical , complement of voices to the Japanese entries, with the addition of a dedicated WhaWha tab.
Oh yeah, this is Really Useful! Control is via slide pots Hey. Really Useful feels like Swing, March, Waltz-who could ask for anything more. But more there is Attack- the dumbest percussion ever heard ,Auto Chord function with dedicated Minor and 7th buttons ,and another tab called Free Bass, which is probably for those really Hot Richard Pryor sounds.
But wait!.. Casiotone eat your heart out! This one is a bit fuzzy, but it's larger, and you can see some of the markings a bit better. Still can't quite make out the tab names, though. The Matador M shows up in a price list. It seems like a scaled-down version of the Matador.
Single-voice Bass section, no Percussion or Repeat, and tab voices instead of drawbars but the exact same voice names, even the colors match. It's got a Slalom pedal, though! Another odd bird in the Matador family, I've only seen a couple of these. Judging by the script lettering on the tabs, I'd guess this one came out in the late 70s, maybe even early 80s. I don't know if it has a Slalom pedal jack. I've only seen a couple of these, and don't know much about them.
The Schematic for it is dated Nice orange accents. Introduced around Schematic is dated February, , the Bravo and it's brethren, the Super Bravo and Bravo 61 must have been one of the last combo organs made. I don't know much about them, other than what's apparent from the photos. I suspect their sound isn't much to write home about. The only difference between the Super Bravo and the Bravo that I'm aware of is the relocation of the "Easy Chord" and "Memory" tabs to the left of the keyboard, being replaced by "Chord" and "Free Bass" tabs.
Note that while the id plate proclaims it as a "Super Bravo", the model number is the same as for the "plain" Bravo. The Bravo 61 was a later incarnation the ad, shown below, was published in , and appears to have a few more features most notably, the note keyboard, hence the name. I believe it has Sustain, but I don't know what else - I don't have a close-up shot of the tabs. Anyone care to enlighten me?
Farfisa Matador Vintage Combo Organ
Farfisa is a manufacturer of electronics based in Osimo , Italy. Today, the Farfisa brand mainly produces intercom systems with the company ACI Farfisa which makes and distributes systems for video intercoms, access control, video surveillance, and home automation. At the height of its production, Farfisa operated three factories to produce instruments in Camerano in the Marche region of Italy. Farfisa also made radios , televisions , and other electronic items.
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