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“Clonewheel” Organ Support

A “clonewheel” organ is a keyboard that is designed to emulate the sound and operation of a traditional electromechanical tonewheel organ. The most common target of tonewheel organ is the Hammond B-3. Parastram offers several levels of support for various clonewheel organs.

Korg BX‑3 (Gen 1) Analog Korg BX-3 circa 1980 This is Korg’s dual-manual version of the original Korg CX-3. It is literally two CX-3 organs in one case with the added feature of vibrato and chorus. It is distinguishable from the digital second-generation BX-3 because its drawbars are to the left of each manual.
Korg BX‑3 (Gen 2) Ditigal Korg BX-3 circa 2000 This is Korg’s second generation dual-manual BX-3 organ. Unlike its predecessor, this BX-3 is entirely digital inside and has far more capabilities. It is distinguishable from the analog first-generation BX-3 because its drawbars are across the top of the upper manual.
Korg CX‑3 (Gen 1) Analog Korg CX-3 circa 1980 This is Korg’s original clonewheel organ first released in 1979. It is distinguishable from the digital second-generation CX-3 because its drawbars are to the left of the manual.
Korg CX‑3 (Gen 2) Ditigal Korg CX-3 circa 2000 This is Korg’s second generation of the CX-3 organ. Unlike its predecessor, this BX-3 is entirely digital inside and has far more capabilities. It is distinguishable from the analog first-generation CX-3 because its drawbars are across the top of the upper manual.

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