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This was very cool to me because I have a very rare Fender Starmaster Combo organ that may be the only complete pne in existance with the original wood stand that has the FENDER STARMASTER metal nameplate, the original volume pedal, the original (knee operated) vibrato bar, the original Wire Music Holder (that attaches to the organ top), and the original top. This Fender Starmaster is in very good condition and I have owned it for about 35 years. I acquired it when I owned a musical instrument store called SRC (Studio Resource Centers) in El Cerrito California around 1975. I used to collect Analog Keyboards and had about 30 of them that would be worth an incredible amount of money now.
When was this video made?
It was a lot of fun to watch and the girls were all pretty too. I'm 68 and not complaining about the young ladies or the keys.
That was great! I've always wanted to hear a Fender Starmaster. It was meh. But that's the best sound I've heard from an RMI. And the Mighty Mighty Wurlitzer Sideman @ 2:53!
What a toybox: Carousel Studio Equipment List
Acoustic Steinway 1914 Vertigrand Upright Piano Jenco Celeste Electro-Mechanical Fender Rhodes Suitcase Piano Wurlitzer 720 Spinet Electric Piano Hohner Clavinet D6 Baldwin Solid Body Electric Harpsichord Hammond M3 Organ & Leslie 147 Hammond Extravoice Mass-Rowe Vibrachime Yamaha CP60 Electric Piano Yamaha CP30 Electric Piano Combo Organs Vox Super Continental Fender Starmaster Farfisa Combo Compact Vintage Analog Synthesizers Moog 15 Modular Mini Moog Memory Moog ARP 2600 Roland SVC-30 Vocoder Freeman String Symphonizer ARP Omni ARP String Ensemble Oberheim Xpander Hammond Synthesizer Conn Electric Band Yamaha CS01 Gibson Clavioline Sample Playback Mellotron M400 Mattel Optigan w/ discs Akai S612 Sampler 360 Systems Digital Keyboard Vintage Digital RMI Keyboard Computer Yamaha TX802 Korg DS-8 Drum Machines Boss Dr. Beat DR-202 Wurlitzer Sideman Modern Instruments Moog Little Phatty Dave Smith Poly Evolver Keyboard Nord Electro 73 Miscellaneous Toy Piano Several Casios Stylophone Bells Marxophone Keytar Oscar Schmidt Autoharp Jenco Celeste Percussion Recording Equipment M-Audio Profire 2626 Neve Portico Preamp & Compressor API and Focusrite Preamps Apogee Symphony/Rosetta A/D Conversion Chameleon Labs/Red Tube Mic AKG C33 Stereo Mic Beyer Mic Shure SM57 Mics
this is pretty cool. nice reminder of how incredible it will be when my Baldwin harpsichord shows up.
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