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Vox Continental

ike the antagonist from a horror movie franchise, this classic transistor-based organ refuses to die. Released in 1962 and designed as a more portable solution than Hammond’s B3, Vox’s Continental was everything the Hammond was not. The Hammond was a throwback to an era when organs were meant to be a part of one’s living room furniture, and frankly looked like something your granny would play in

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