Classic Vox Continental Resurrection

Vox      02/09/17

Buying Choices

The Vox Continental Organ was the stalwart of many classic sounds of the 1960s, with the drawbars and reedy sound it was a different flavour to the Hammond's fruity tones, being transistor based rather than tonewheel. It was also orange which made it really stand out, and more affordable and portable. Bit of a win all round.

Vox have just announced a Vox Continental for the 21st Century, featuring the same red colour but with a more fulsome set of sounds, obviously the classic Continental, the CX-3 plus 8 electro mechanical sound sets. So essentially its a stage organ, with a Vox look. Similar in concept to another notoriously red stage keyboard...

 

  • Additional features include:
  • Intuitive user interface that emphasizes playability on stage
  • ORGAN part that meticulously models three vintage organs
  • High-quality E.PIANO part with attention paid to every detail
  • Rich PIANO part powered by high-capacity samples
  • KEY/LAYER part with a wide range of variations
  • Intuitive and powerful effects that are optimized for live use
  • Touch sensor that can control a variety of parameters
  • Nine-band EQ that allows detailed control of your sound
  • Real valve drive sound powered by Nutube, the new vacuum tube
  • Newly developed waterfall keyboard provides excellent playability
  • Dynamics knob lets you freely customize the playing feel of the keyboard
  • Scene memories let you instantly switch between settings
  • Lightweight and compact body is built of sturdy sheet metal and aluminum
  • Carries on the scarlet color that's traditional for VOX organs
  • V861 volume/expression pedal and ST-Continental keyboard stand are included

 

The VOX Continental 61 and 73- note versions both with A frame stands,  will be available September 2017 for $1999.99 and $2199.99 respectively. For more information, visit www.voxamps.com.

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